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A 5 2 3 < ? b 4 6 C 2 ; 2 @ @ < 3 A 5 2 6 ? @ 6 ; @ t $ 3 0 < B ? @ 2 < B ? 8 ; < D 9 2 1 4 2 < 3 A 5 2 B ; 6 C 2 ? @ 2 A < b 1 F 6 @ ; < A < ; 9 F : B 0 5 4 ? 2 A 2 ? / B A 9 @ < 6 A 5 @ / 2 2 ; = B / 9 6 0 9 F 1 6 @ @ 2 : 6 ; A 2 1 3 ? : < ? 2 D 6 1 2 9 F A 5 ; 6 ; f t < D 2 8 ; < D A 5 A D 5 A < B ? 3 < ? 2 3 A 5 2 ? @ @ D D @ = ? A 6 0 B 9 ? 9 F : 4 ; 6 3 6 0 2 ; A 1 6 @ = 9 F b b b = 2 ? 5 = @ A 5 2 / 2 @ A 2 C 2 ? b b b < 3 A 5 2 ; ; B 9 2 < ; 6 1 @ 2 A 2 < ? 5 < D 2 ? t 3 F < B C 2 ; 2 C 2 ? @ 2 2 ; A 5 2 2 < ; 6 1 @ 3 6 ? @ A 5 ; 1 6 A 6 @ D < ? A 5 A 5 2 2 3 3 < ? A K ; 1 A 5 6 @ F 2 ? B ; 3 < ? A B ; A 2 9 F A 5 2 ? 2 D 6 9 9 / 2 0 < ; @ 6 1 2 ? / 9 2 2 3 3 < ? A ? 2 > B 6 ? 2 1 t + 5 6 9 2 A 5 2 = 2 8 < 3 A 5 2 : 2 A 2 < ? @ A < ? : D 6 9 9 / 2 2 ? 9 F A < b : < ? ? < D 1 B 2 A < C ? 6 < B @ A : < @ = 5 2 ? 6 0 6 @ @ B 2 @ 6 A D < ; A / 2 = ? A 6 0 B 9 ? 9 F 2 @ F A < @ 2 2 t ( 5 2 2 E = 2 ? A @ ? 2 0 < : : 2 ; 1 F < B 4 2 A B = / 2 3 < ? 2 1 D ; ; 1 3 6 ; 1 1 ? 8 9 < 0 A 6 < ; D F 3 ? < : 9 6 4 5 A 2 1 B ? / ; ? 2 @ t ; 1 9 A 5 < B 4 5 A 5 2 ? 2 : F ; < 9 < ; 4 2 ? / 2 ; F : F @ A 2 ? F 6 ; D 5 A F < B 9 9 D 6 A ; 2 @ @ A 5 A = ? 2 1 D ; @ 8 F D 6 9 9 @ A 6 9 9 < 3 3 2 ? F < B = 9 2 ; A F < 3 : 7 2 @ A F t % ( % 0 % ) % 0 & n f r b b n t t ( 5 2 2 ; 1 < 3 A 5 2 D < ? 9 1 & 3 & % % 2 & 3 3 & 4 4 & 2 3 4 / f & 4 4 & 2 3 / ) & % 4 / 2 5 7 . & & & / $ 2 4 / 8 6 & + n b & 3 & $ 5 % & 9 / 5 2 5 , & % % 2 & 3 3 % % 9 4 & 0 ) / & 5 # & 2 & 3 + 4 ) 3 3 / 7 & $ 6 & 2 9 9 / 5 2 & 4 4 & 2 % % 3 $ 5 3 3 9 1 5 & 3 4 / 3 # / 5 4 4 7 4 ) 9 / 5 b r I < ? 5 ? 6 @ A 9 @ < @ B 3 3 2 ? 2 1 < ; 0 2 3 < ? @ 6 ; @ A 5 2 ? 6 4 5 A 2 < B @ 3 < ? A 5 2 B ; ? 6 4 5 A 2 < B @ A < / ? 6 ; 4 F < B A < < 1 t 2 D @ = B A A < 1 2 A 5 6 ; A 5 2 / < 1 F / B A : 1 2 9 6 C 2 6 ; A 5 2 = 6 ? 6 A t J n t b 0 0 < ? 1 6 ; 4 A < # 2 D @ A 5 2 ; B : / 2 ? < 3 = 2 < = 9 2 6 ; A 5 2 ) t t 9 6 C b 6 ; 4 6 ; = < C 2 ? A F 6 ; r f ? < @ 2 3 < ? A 5 2 3 < B ? A 5 F 2 ? 6 ; ? < D ? 2 = ? 2 @ 2 ; A 6 ; 4 A 5 2 9 ? 4 2 @ A ; B : / 2 ? < 3 : 2 ? 6 0 ; @ 6 ; = < C 2 ? A F 6 ; A 5 2 r F 2 ? @ @ 6 ; 0 2 @ B 0 5 2 @ A 6 : A 2 @ 5 C 2 / 2 2 ; = B / 9 6 @ 5 2 1 / F A 5 2 ) t t 2 ; @ B @ B ? 2 B t # @ 6 1 ( 5 2 ) t t = < C 2 ? A F ? A 2 ? 2 b : 6 ; @ : < ; 4 A 5 2 5 6 4 5 2 @ A 6 ; A 5 2 1 2 b C 2 9 < = 2 1 D < ? 9 1 t 2 A H @ 9 < < 8 A 3 2 D = < C 2 ? A F 3 0 A @ t 2 ? 6 A 4 2 < B ; 1 A 6 < ; ? 2 @ 2 ? 0 5 2 ? @ ? t & < / 2 ? A & 2 0 A < ? ; 1 & 0 5 2 9 5 2 3 3 6 2 9 1 9 6 1 < B A @ < : 2 3 0 A @ / < B A A 5 2 = < < ? 6 ; A 5 2 6 ? ? 2 = < ? A ) ; 1 2 ? @ A ; 1 6 ; 4 % < C 2 ? A F 6 ; A 5 2 ) ; 6 A 2 1 A A 2 @ B ? b = ? 6 @ 6 ; 4 0 A @ / < B A : 2 ? 6 0 H @ % < < ? n f n r f f t 6 4 5 A F = 2 ? 0 2 ; A < 3 = < < ? 5 < B @ 2 5 < 9 1 @ 5 C 2 6 ? 0 < ; 1 6 A 6 < ; 6 ; 4 t # 2 ? 9 F A 5 ? 2 2 b 3 < B ? A 5 @ 5 C 2 0 ? < ? A ? B 0 8 ; 1 f = 2 ? 0 2 ; A 5 C 2 A D < < ? : < ? 2 t ( D < b A 5 6 ? 1 @ 5 C 2 0 / 9 2 < ? @ A 2 9 9 6 A 2 ( t 9 3 5 C 2 < ; 2 < ? : < ? 2 0 < : = B A 2 ? @ t < ? A F b A D < = 2 ? 0 2 ; A < D ; A 5 2 6 ? 5 < : 2 @ t ( 5 2 C 2 ? 4 2 = < < ? : 2 ? 6 0 ; 5 @ : < ? 2 9 6 C 6 ; 4 @ = 0 2 A 5 ; A 5 2 A F = 6 0 9 ; < ; b = < < ? = 2 ? @ < ; 6 ; D 2 1 2 ; ? ; 0 2 < ? A 5 2 ) t t # 6 ; 2 A F b @ 6 E = 2 ? 0 2 ; A < 3 = < < ? = ? 2 ; A @ @ A A 2 1 A 5 A A 5 2 6 ? 0 5 6 9 1 ? 2 ; D 2 ? 2 ; 2 C 2 ? 5 B ; 4 ? F 1 B ? 6 ; 4 A 5 2 F 2 ? / 2 0 B @ 2 A 5 2 F 0 < B 9 1 ; H A 3 3 < ? 1 3 < < 1 t ( 5 2 A 2 ? 6 9 + 2 9 9 b 2 6 ; 4 < 3 A 5 2 % < < ? ; 1 A 5 2 6 1 1 9 2 9 @ @ 6 ; 0 2 f f n r n r f f 6 @ ? 2 @ 2 ? 0 5 = = 2 ? / F = ? < b 3 2 @ @ < ? ? B 0 2 t 2 F 2 ? < 3 A 5 2 ) ; 6 C 2 ? @ 6 A F < 3 5 6 0 4 < ; 1 ( 5 2 # A 6 < ; 9 B ? 2 B < 3 0 < ; < : 6 0 & 2 @ 2 ? 0 5 ; 1 = ? < 3 2 @ @ < ? : 2 @ t B 9 9 6 C ; < 3 A 5 2 ) ; 6 C 2 ? @ 6 A F < 3 # < A ? 2 : 2 t ; 6 A A 5 2 F ? 2 = < ? 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A 5 2 = @ A A 5 ? 2 2 1 2 0 1 2 @ t 2 1 6 ; 6 ; 0 < : 2 ; 1 0 < ; @ B : = A 6 < ; / < A 5 ? < @ 2 / F : < ? 2 A 5 ; = 2 ? 0 2 ; A 6 ; ? 2 9 A 2 ? : @ / 2 A D 2 2 ; f ; 1 r t ; 1 1 6 A 6 < ; A 5 2 : 6 1 1 9 2 r = 2 ? 0 2 ; A < 3 A 5 2 6 ; 0 < : 2 1 6 @ A ? 6 / B A 6 < ; 2 E = 2 ? 6 2 ; 0 2 1 ; < A 6 0 2 / 9 2 6 : = ? < C 2 : 2 ; A @ 6 ; 5 < B @ 6 ; 4 0 5 ? 0 A 2 ? 6 @ A 6 0 @ 9 6 C 6 ; 4 B ; 6 A @ / 2 b 0 : 2 / 6 4 4 2 ? ; 1 : B 0 5 : < ? 2 9 6 8 2 9 F A < 5 C 2 6 ? 0 < ; 1 6 A 6 < ; 6 ; 4 ; 1 < A 5 2 ? 3 2 A B ? 2 @ t ( 5 2 > B 9 6 A F < 3 A 5 2 0 ? @ A 5 2 @ 2 3 : 6 9 6 2 @ < D ; 9 @ < 6 : = ? < C 2 1 0 < ; @ 6 1 2 ? / 9 F t 6 : 6 9 ? 9 F D 2 3 6 ; 1 @ A ? < ; 4 2 C 6 1 2 ; 0 2 < 3 6 : = ? < C 2 : 2 ; A 6 ; A 5 2 : A 2 ? 6 9 D 2 9 9 b / 2 6 ; 4 < 3 = < < ? 3 : 6 9 6 2 @ t ( 5 2 4 ? 6 : < 3 3 6 0 6 9 : 2 @ B ? 2 @ < 3 = < C 2 ? A F < ? 6 ; 0 < : 2 @ A 4 ; b A 6 < ; ? 2 = < ? A 2 1 ? 2 A 5 2 ? 2 @ B 9 A < 3 ; B : / 2 ? < 3 / 6 @ 2 @ A 5 A B ; b 1 2 ? @ A A 2 D 2 9 9 b / 2 6 ; 4 @ B 0 5 @ ? 2 9 F 6 ; 4 2 E 0 9 B @ 6 C 2 9 F < ; ; ? ? < D 6 ; 0 < : 2 : 2 @ B ? 2 @ A 5 A 1 < ; < A ? 2 3 9 2 0 A 9 9 A 5 2 ? 2 @ < B ? 0 2 @ C 6 9 b / 9 2 A < A 5 2 5 < B @ 2 5 < 9 1 3 < ? 0 < ; @ B : = A 6 < ; t ; 0 < : 2 : 2 @ B ? 2 @ 3 6 9 A < 0 = A B ? 2 6 : = < ? A ; A 0 < : = < ; 2 ; A @ < 3 2 0 < ; < : 6 0 D 2 9 9 b / 2 b 6 ; 4 @ B 0 5 @ D 2 9 A 5 ; 1 A 5 2 < D ; 2 ? @ 5 6 = < 3 1 B ? / 9 2 @ 2 t 4 t 5 < B @ 2 @ ; 1 0 ? @ t < ? 2 E : = 9 2 < 3 3 6 0 6 9 : 2 @ B ? 2 @ D < B 9 1 0 < ; b @ 6 1 2 ? ? 2 A 6 ? 2 1 0 < B = 9 2 D 5 < < D ; 2 1 A 5 2 6 ? 0 ? ; 1 : < ? A 4 4 2 b 3 ? 2 2 5 < : 2 ; 1 9 6 C 2 1 < ; r @ C 6 ; 4 @ A < / 2 = < < ? t 9 2 ? 9 F A 5 2 6 ? 6 ; 0 < : 2 1 < 2 @ ; < A ? 2 3 9 2 0 A A 5 2 6 ? : A 2 ? 6 9 D 2 9 9 b / 2 6 ; 4 t ; 0 < : 2 < / 6 9 6 A F 6 ; A 5 2 ) t t 3 ? < : f A < r f f n f n r 6 @ ? 2 = < ? A / F A 5 2 ) t t 2 = ? A : 2 ; A < 3 A 5 2 ( ? 2 @ B ? F A 5 A @ 5 < D @ 0 < ; @ 6 1 2 ? / 9 2 6 ; 0 < : 2 : < / 6 9 6 A F < 3 6 ; 1 6 b C 6 1 B 9 @ 6 ; A 5 2 ) t t 2 0 < ; < : F t & < B 4 5 9 F 5 9 3 < 3 A E = F 2 ? @ D 5 < / 2 4 ; 6 ; A 5 2 / < A A < : 6 ; 0 < : 2 > B 6 ; A 6 9 2 6 ; f : < C 2 1 B = A < 5 6 4 5 2 ? 6 ; 0 < : 2 4 ? < B = / F r t : < ; 4 A 5 < @ 2 D 6 A 5 A 5 2 C 2 ? F 5 6 4 5 2 @ A 6 ; 0 < : 2 @ 6 ; f b b A 5 2 A < = f n f < 3 f = 2 ? 0 2 ; A b b < ; 9 F r = 2 ? 0 2 ; A ? 2 : 6 ; 2 1 6 ; A 5 6 @ 4 ? < B = 6 ; r t < ? 2 b < C 2 ? A 5 2 : 2 1 6 ; ? 2 9 6 ; 0 < : 2 < 3 A 5 2 @ 2 A < = A E = F 2 ? @ 1 2 b 0 9 6 ; 2 1 < C 2 ? A 5 2 @ A B 1 F = 2 ? 6 < 1 t ( 5 2 @ 2 3 6 ; 1 6 ; 4 @ 0 < ; 3 6 ? : = ? 2 C 6 < B @ @ A B 1 6 2 @ 1 A 6 ; 4 / 0 8 A < A 5 2 f @ ? 2 0 5 6 ; 4 A 5 2 @ : 2 0 < ; 0 9 B @ 6 < ; ; : 2 9 F A 1 6 3 3 2 ? 2 ; A = 2 ? 6 < 1 @ < 3 A 6 : 2 1 6 3 3 2 ? 2 ; A = 2 < = 9 2 < 0 0 B = F 1 6 3 b 3 2 ? 2 ; A 6 ; 0 < : 2 4 ? < B = @ / B A A 5 2 < C 2 ? 9 9 A ? 2 ; 1 6 @ B = D ? 1 t + 5 A / < B A A 5 2 0 < ; 0 2 ; A ? A 6 < ; < 3 D 2 9 A 5 ; f f < 5 ; t & < 0 8 2 3 2 9 9 2 ? H @ 3 < ? A B ; 2 0 0 < B ; A 2 1 3 < ? : < ? 2 A 5 ; 5 9 3 < 3 f = 2 ? 0 2 ; A < 3 A < A 9 = ? 6 C A 2 D 2 9 A 5 t ( < 0 < : = 6 9 2 A 5 2 @ : 2 5 9 3 < 3 f = 2 ? 0 2 ; A < 3 A 5 2 A < A 9 = ? 6 C A 2 D 2 9 A 5 6 ; A 5 2 ) ; 6 A 2 1 A A 2 @ A < 1 F F < B H 1 5 C 2 A < 0 < : / 6 ; 2 A 5 2 3 < ? A B ; 2 @ < 3 6 0 ? < @ < 3 A H @ 6 9 9 A 2 @ / 6 9 9 6 < ; ; 1 # 2 D < ? 8 F < ? 6 0 5 2 9 9 < < : / 2 ? 4 f / 6 9 b 9 6 < ; / B A D 6 A 5 f < A 5 2 ? : B 9 A 6 / 6 9 9 6 < ; 6 ? 2 @ 6 ; / 2 A D 2 2 ; t $ B ? 0 < ; 4 ? 2 @ @ 6 < ; 9 9 F 0 B @ 2 1 ? 2 0 2 @ @ 6 < ; 5 @ 6 ; 1 2 2 1 0 B @ 2 1 ; 2 2 1 9 2 @ @ 5 ? 1 @ 5 6 = 3 < ? : ; F : 2 ? 6 0 ; @ / B A A 5 2 / 6 4 = < C 2 ? A F ; 1 6 ; 0 < : 2 @ A 4 ; A 6 < ; 5 F = 2 6 @ = ? 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A 9 9 0 0 : ? 9 > 4 0 = b 3 0 A = 7 = : 3 < 2 0 / A 4 > 3 3 4 > 9 / < ? 9 1 4 7 4 9 2 > : = > : ; 9 / < 0 9 / 0 < 4 / > : 9 4 9 5 ? < 0 / ; 0 < = : 9 7 0 @ 4 9 2 > 3 0 = 0 9 0 A 4 > 3 ; < : ; 0 < > C / 8 2 0 2 < 0 > 0 < > 3 9 n ) A 4 > 3 ; < : ; 0 < > C / 8 2 0 ) A 4 > 3 = 0 < 4 : ? = 4 9 5 ? < C 9 / ) b ? 2 3 0 = < 0 ; : < > 0 / > 3 > > r r b 8 b % ? 4 9 9 ; < : @ 4 / 0 / < 0 > 3 7 C D 0 < 9 / 7 0 A b n f b ( 3 0 7 0 2 7 7 4 8 4 > > : / < 4 @ 0 4 9 7 : < 4 / 4 = b n b % ? 4 9 9 A = < 0 7 0 = 0 / : 9 f n n n : 9 / b $ 4 > > 8 9 A = 9 : 7 : 9 2 0 < ; > 4 0 9 > > 3 9 / = ) = : 1 ( ? 0 = / C 1 > 0 < 9 : : 9 3 : = ; 4 > 7 = ; : 6 0 = ; 0 < = : 9 = 4 / b 4 6 0 < 3 4 > C / < ? 9 6 / < 4 @ 0 < 4 9 = 0 < 4 : ? = : 9 / 4 > 4 : 9 : 9 > 4 9 ? 0 / < : 8 $ 2 0 4 4 < 0 > : < ? 9 > 0 < 0 < < : 8 4 0 9 / / 4 = ? = = 4 9 2 > 3 0 8 > > 0 < A 4 > 3 ; 0 < = 3 0 3 = / 0 4 / 0 / 9 : > > : < 0 9 0 A > 3 0 3 0 / : 3 4 9 2 : 9 > < > A 4 > 3 ; 0 < = 0 C : 9 / > 3 4 = = 0 = : 9 b F ( 3 4 = / 0 4 = 4 : 9 A = = 0 / : 9 ; 0 < 1 : < 8 9 0 9 / < 0 = ? 7 > = : 1 > 3 0 : @ 0 < 7 7 1 : : > 7 7 ; < : 2 < 8 & : ? = 3 = > > 0 / 4 9 ; < 0 = = < 0 7 0 = 0 b F : 3 ; 0 < = 3 = 2 < 0 0 / > : 3 0 7 ; 9 / = = 4 = > 4 9 > 3 0 > < 9 = 4 > 4 : 9 0 1 1 : < > = > 3 > A 4 7 7 0 1 : < > 3 : 8 4 9 2 9 / > : A : < 6 > : 0 9 = ? < 0 > 3 > > 3 0 0 = > 4 9 > 0 < 0 = > : 1 > 3 0 = > ? / 0 9 > > 3 7 0 > 0 = 4 = 6 0 ; > 1 4 < = > 9 / 1 : < 0 8 : = > 4 9 8 4 9 / b G & : ? = 3 8 4 9 > 4 9 = > 3 0 < 0 7 > 4 : 9 = 3 4 ; 8 : 9 2 3 4 8 = 0 7 1 0 < < : 8 4 0 9 / ; 0 < = 4 = : 8 ; 7 0 > 0 7 C 1 : ? = 0 / : 9 A 3 > 4 = 0 = > 1 : < > 3 0 = > ? / 0 9 > > 3 7 0 > 0 = > ' 9 / < 0 8 4 9 = : 7 7 0 2 4 7 b F 8 2 < > 0 1 ? 7 > : 3 0 / : 3 ; 0 < = 1 : < > 3 0 / 0 / 4 > 4 : 9 9 / : 8 8 4 > 8 0 9 > 3 0 3 = = 3 : A 9 > : : ? < ; < : 2 < 8 9 / > : > 3 0 : 8 8 ? 9 4 > C : 1 4 @ 0 # 6 : @ 0 < > 3 0 ; = > > A : = 0 = : 9 = G & : ? = 3 = > > 0 / b F 4 = 0 9 0 < 2 C 9 / 0 9 > 3 ? = 4 = 8 1 : < A : < 6 4 9 2 A 4 > 3 C : ? 9 2 ; 0 : ; 7 0 3 = 0 0 9 A 0 7 7 < 0 : 2 9 4 D 0 / b + 0 A 4 = 3 : 3 ; 0 < = 7 7 > 3 0 0 = > 4 9 3 4 = 1 ? > ? < 0 0 9 / 0 @ : < = b G ; 0 < = = 4 / 3 0 / 4 / 9 E > . : 8 ; 7 4 = 3 A 3 > 3 0 A = 3 4 < 0 / > : / : b A = 3 4 < 0 / > : A 4 9 1 : : > 7 7 2 8 0 = 9 / A 0 / 4 / 9 E > A 4 9 0 9 : ? 2 3 2 8 0 = 3 0 = 4 / C ; 3 : 9 0 : 9 / C b ; 0 < = = 4 / 3 0 A 4 7 7 0 = > C 4 9 2 4 9 ? A 9 9 0 0 : ? 9 > C F 1 : < > 3 0 > 4 8 0 0 4 9 2 b + 0 t t b n r r : 9 > 4 9 ? 0 / < : 8 $ 2 0 = 6 4 9 = r ( 7 7 3 = = 0 0 ; ? 7 7 4 9 2 > < 4 7 0 < 0 3 4 9 / 3 0 < @ 0 3 4 7 0 A 4 > 3 > 4 0 / / : 2 A 7 6 4 9 2 0 3 4 9 / > 3 0 > < 4 7 0 < b + 3 0 9 0 7 7 C = > : ; ; 0 / > 3 0 @ 0 3 4 7 0 9 / 8 / 0 : 9 > > A 4 > 3 = 6 4 9 = = 3 0 4 8 8 0 / 4 > 0 7 C 0 8 0 0 7 7 4 2 0 < 0 9 > 9 / 0 2 9 C 0 7 7 4 9 2 9 / ? < = 4 9 2 . : < / 4 9 2 > : < 0 ; : < > = b + 3 4 7 0 = ; 0 6 4 9 2 A 4 > 3 = 6 4 9 = 0 7 7 C : = 0 < @ 0 / 8 < 4 5 ? 9 ; 4 ; 0 4 9 ; 7 4 9 @ 4 0 A : 9 > 3 0 @ 0 3 4 7 0 = 0 > b + 3 0 9 0 7 7 C < 0 > < 4 0 @ 0 / > 3 0 ; 4 ; 0 = 6 4 9 = ; 7 0 / 3 0 < 3 9 / 4 9 3 4 = 1 0 9 / 0 2 9 = < 0 8 4 9 2 > 3 4 8 < 0 ; : < > = = 3 : A b ? > 3 : < 4 > 4 0 = = C = 6 4 9 = A = / 0 > 4 9 0 / 9 / ; 7 0 / ? 9 / 0 < < < 0 = > b 0 7 7 C > 3 0 9 7 0 < 9 0 / > 3 > = 6 4 9 = 3 / ; 6 0 / 3 0 < > A : 3 4 7 / < 0 9 4 9 > : > 3 0 < 0 9 0 > 3 7 : > 3 0 = : : 7 0 < = 9 / : > 3 0 < 4 > 0 8 = 9 / A = > > 0 8 ; > 4 9 2 > : 7 0 @ 0 > 3 0 ; < 0 8 4 = 0 = 0 ? = 0 = 3 0 3 / 0 : 8 0 9 2 < C > 3 0 < : C 1 < 4 0 9 / b & 0 ; : < > = = 3 : A > 3 > = 6 4 9 = / 8 4 > > 0 / = 3 0 A = 4 9 > : B 4 > 0 / b 9 / / 4 > 4 : 9 > : 0 4 9 2 3 < 2 0 / A 4 > 3 / 4 = : < / 0 < 7 C 4 9 > : B 4 > 4 : 9 9 / 3 4 7 / 9 0 2 7 0 > = 6 4 9 = A = 3 < 2 0 / A 4 > 3 ; : = = 0 = = 4 : 9 : 1 / < ? 2 ; < ; 3 0 < 9 7 4 , 9 / < 0 = 4 = > 4 9 2 < < 0 = > A 4 > 3 : ? > @ 4 : 7 0 9 0 b n b f b r f n t r b r t n f n b : 9 > 4 9 ? 0 / < : 8 $ 2 0 @ 4 = f C : A = > < @ 0 7 4 9 2 9 : < > 3 : ? 9 / 9 / / 0 0 < < 9 4 9 > : 3 4 = 7 9 0 : 1 > < @ 0 7 . : < / 4 9 2 > : > 3 0 $ b & 0 ; : < > = = 3 : A @ 4 = > : : 6 0 @ = 4 @ 0 > 4 : 9 > : @ : 4 / > 3 0 / 0 0 < C = A 0 < @ 4 9 2 > : > 3 0 7 0 1 > ? = 4 9 2 3 4 = f n n n : < / & 9 2 0 < > : > < @ 0 7 4 9 > : > 3 0 = : ? > 3 : ? 9 / 2 < = = C = 3 : ? 7 / 0 < b @ 4 = > 3 0 9 = A 0 < @ 0 / 6 > : > 3 0 < 4 2 3 > 9 / 7 : = > : 9 > < : 7 : 1 > 3 0 @ 0 3 4 7 0 b = < 0 = ? 7 > > 3 0 @ 0 3 4 7 0 < : > > 0 / 7 : 6 A 4 = 0 9 / : @ 0 < > ? < 9 0 / 1 > 0 < = > < 4 6 4 9 2 8 4 7 : B b ( 3 0 @ 0 3 4 7 0 1 4 9 7 7 C < 0 = > 0 / 4 9 9 ? ; < 4 2 3 > ; : = 4 > 4 : 9 b ( 3 0 $ 0 = > 4 8 > 0 = > 3 0 / 8 2 0 = > : @ 4 = = > < ? 6 > : 0 : ? > n n n b @ 4 = A = > < 0 > 0 / C ? A 9 9 0 0 : ? 9 > C 4 < 0 t & 0 = ? 0 > > 3 0 = 0 9 0 1 : < 8 4 9 : < 4 9 5 ? < 4 0 = b + 3 4 7 0 ? > 3 : < 4 > 4 0 = A 0 < 0 = > 4 7 7 : 9 > 3 0 = 0 9 0 < : ? 9 / ; b 8 b 9 : > 3 0 < < = 3 > : : 6 ; 7 0 1 ? < > 3 0 < = : ? > 3 5 ? = > : 1 1 & A 3 0 9 9 : > 3 0 < / 0 0 < < 9 4 9 > : > 3 0 ; > 3 : 1 > 3 0 f n n r $ : 9 > 4 > 3 > A = / < 4 @ 0 9 C ? / C 0 : 9 D 7 0 D r 4 @ 0 # 6 > 3 0 $ = > > 0 / b . : < / 4 9 2 > : > 3 0 $ : 9 D 7 0 D A = > < @ 0 7 4 9 2 0 = > : ? 9 / : 9 > 3 > < 0 0 > A 3 0 9 / 0 0 < < 9 < : = = > 3 0 < : / A C b 9 9 0 1 1 : < > > : @ : 4 / 3 4 > > 4 9 2 > 3 0 / 0 0 < : 9 D 7 0 D = A 0 < @ 0 / > 3 0 f n n r $ : 9 > 4 = 3 0 A = / < 4 @ 4 9 2 > : > 3 0 < 4 2 3 > 9 / : 7 7 4 / 0 / A 4 > 3 > < 0 0 b ( 3 0 $ 0 = > 4 8 > 0 = > 3 0 / 8 2 0 = > : : 9 D 7 0 D = < > : 0 : ? > r n n n b 3 0 A = 9 : > 4 9 5 ? < 0 / 4 9 > 3 0 . 4 / 0 9 > bt " # # : 9 > 4 9 ? 0 / < : 8 $ 2 0 0 < C > : ? 1 1 0 < 9 : 4 = 0 9 / ; < : @ 4 / 0 ; < 4 @ C 1 : < > 3 0 4 < 6 C < / = 7 : 9 2 A 4 > 3 = 0 ? < 4 > C 1 0 9 0 > : : 1 1 0 < = 0 ? < 4 > C b ( 3 0 : 1 1 0 < : 8 0 = 4 9 < 0 = ; : 9 = 0 > : = : 8 0 3 : 8 0 : A 9 0 < = 4 9 > 3 > = ? / 4 @ 4 = 4 : 9 @ : 4 4 9 2 : 9 0 < 9 = : @ 0 < > 3 0 5 : 4 9 > 0 1 1 : < > 0 > A 0 0 9 4 @ 0 # 6 ? A 9 9 0 0 : ? 9 > C ? A 9 9 0 0 : ? 9 > C 3 : : 7 4 = > < 4 > 9 / > 3 0 7 : < 4 / 0 ; < > 8 0 9 > : 1 ( < 9 = ; : < > > 4 : 9 > : 0 B > 0 9 / 4 7 = < 4 @ 0 1 < : 8 > 3 0 4 < = > 0 / 0 < 7 ; : < > = ; 7 0 B > : & b . : < / 4 9 2 > : ? A 9 9 0 0 : ? 9 > C 3 : : 7 4 = > < 4 > 4 < 0 > : < : 1 4 7 4 > 4 0 = < 6 < @ 0 < > 3 0 8 0 = ? < 0 > : 0 B > 0 9 / 4 7 = < 4 @ 0 A 4 7 7 : 1 1 0 < 9 : ; > 4 : 9 7 0 8 0 < 2 0 9 C < : ? > 0 4 9 > 3 0 0 @ 0 9 > , > = > < : ; 3 4 = 4 > ? > 4 : 9 : . ? < = 4 9 > 3 0 @ 4 4 9 4 > C : 1 ? A 9 9 0 0 4 / / 7 0 3 : : 7 b 7 > 3 : ? 2 3 > 3 0 0 B > 0 9 = 4 : 9 A 4 7 7 : 1 1 0 < 9 7 > 0 < 9 > 4 @ 0 < : ? > 0 1 : < > < 1 1 4 2 : 4 9 2 > : ' 4 < = > 0 / 0 < 7 ; : < > = ; 7 0 B 9 / 0 @ 0 9 ? A 9 9 0 0 $ < 4 8 < C 3 : : 7 > 3 0 3 : 8 0 : A 9 0 < = 1 0 < > 3 0 0 B ; : = ? < 0 : 1 > 3 0 4 < 6 C < / = A 4 7 7 : 8 ; < : 8 4 = 0 > 3 0 = 0 ? < 4 > C : 1 > 3 0 4 < 3 : 8 0 = b < @ 0 < = > : : / 0 1 : < 0 > 3 0 1 : ? < 3 : 8 0 : A 9 0 < = A 3 : A 0 < 0 ; < 0 = 0 9 > 9 / 7 4 / : ? > > 3 0 5 : 4 9 > < 0 : 8 8 0 9 / > 4 : 9 : 1 > 3 0 4 > C 9 / > 3 0 = 3 : : 7 : < / b F + 0 A 4 7 7 ; < : @ 4 / 0 = 4 B 1 : : > 3 4 9 7 4 9 6 1 0 9 0 A 4 > 3 = > < 9 / : 1 < 0 / A 4 < 0 > > 3 0 > : ; 1 : < = 1 0 > C 9 / = 3 < ? 0 < C > : : 1 1 0 < 9 : 4 = 0 9 / @ 4 = ? 7 ? 1 1 0 < G < @ 0 < = 4 / b F ( 3 0 1 0 9 0 A 4 7 7 0 : 9 > 3 0 ; < : ; 0 < > C 7 4 9 0 9 / > 3 0 = 3 < ? 0 < C A 4 7 7 0 : 9 C : ? < = 4 / 0 : 1 > 3 0 1 0 9 0 b G . : < / 4 9 2 > : < @ 0 < > 3 0 : = > = : 1 ; < : @ 4 / 4 9 2 > 3 0 = 3 < ? 0 < C 9 / 1 0 9 4 9 2 A 4 7 7 0 8 0 > > 3 < : ? 2 3 > 3 0 : @ 0 < 7 7 ; < : 5 0 > 1 ? 9 / b < @ 0 < 7 = : / / 0 / > 3 > 8 : = > A : < 6 : 9 > 3 0 < : / ; < : 5 0 > A 4 7 7 0 : 8 ; 7 0 > 0 / 4 9 3 : ? = 0 9 / > 3 0 > ? 7 7 C 4 9 2 : 1 ; @ 0 8 0 9 > = 3 : ? 7 / 0 > 3 0 : 9 7 C 7 : < > 3 > A 4 7 7 0 : 9 > < > 0 / b 0 @ 0 < 7 : ; > 4 : 9 = 1 : < = 3 < ? 0 < C 9 / > < 0 0 = A 0 < 0 ; < 0 = 0 9 > 0 / > : > 3 0 3 : 8 0 : A 9 0 < = / ? < 4 9 2 > 3 0 8 0 0 > 4 9 2 9 / ? A 9 9 0 0 : ? 9 > C ? ; 0 < 4 9 > 0 9 / 0 9 > : 1 3 : : 7 = 0 < < C < : < : ? 2 3 0 9 : ? < 2 0 / < 0 = 4 / 0 9 > = > : < 0 = 0 < 3 > 3 0 : ; > 4 : 9 = 9 / = 0 7 0 > > 3 0 4 < ; < 0 1 0 < 0 9 0 1 < : 8 > 3 0 < 0 : 8 8 0 9 / 0 / = 3 < ? 0 < C b . : < / 4 9 2 > : < @ 0 < : 9 = > < ? > 4 : 9 : 9 > 3 0 ; < : 5 0 > 9 9 : > 0 2 4 9 ? 9 > 4 7 7 7 ; 0 < 8 4 > = < 0 ; ; < : @ 0 / b > > 3 4 = ; : 4 9 > ; < > 4 0 = A 4 > ; 0 < 8 4 > > 4 9 2 1 < : 8 > 3 0 ? A 9 9 0 0 & 4 @ 0 < + > 0 < 9 2 0 8 0 9 > 4 = > < 4 > b F : ; 0 1 ? 7 7 C A 0 9 0 2 4 9 : 9 = > < ? > 4 : 9 1 > 0 < > 3 0 0 2 4 9 9 4 9 2 : 1 > 3 0 C 0 < G < @ 0 < = 4 / b + 3 4 7 0 = : 8 0 : 1 > 3 0 3 : 8 0 : A 9 0 < = ; < 0 1 0 < < 0 / @ 4 9 C 7 1 0 9 4 9 2 : @ 0 < 3 4 9 7 4 9 6 = 0 ? < 4 > C 1 0 9 0 : ? ; 7 0 / A 4 > 3 = 3 < ? 0 < C > : ; < : @ 4 / 0 @ 4 = ? 7 9 / 9 : 4 = 0 ? 1 1 0 < 4 > C / 8 4 9 4 = > < > : < : < 7 0 C < 0 4 > 0 < > 0 / > 3 > 3 4 9 7 4 9 6 1 0 9 4 9 2 A : ? 7 / : 1 1 0 < 0 > > 0 < = 0 ? < 4 > C 9 / > 3 0 ; < : ; : = 0 / = 3 < ? = A : ? 7 / = : < = : ? 9 / A 3 4 7 0 = 3 4 0 7 / 4 9 2 > 3 0 < 0 = 4 / 0 9 > = 3 : 8 0 = 1 < : 8 > 3 0 @ 4 0 A : 1 ; = = 0 < = C b . : < / 4 9 2 > : < : < : ? 2 3 > 3 0 2 : 7 1 : < : 8 ; 7 0 > 4 : 9 4 = 0 1 : < 0 > 3 0 f n f r = 3 : : 7 C 0 < b : 8 0 : A 9 0 < = 9 / : 1 1 4 4 7 = 8 0 0 > > : < 0 = : 7 @ 0 ; < 4 @ C 9 / = 0 ? < 4 > C : 9 0 < 9 = / ? 0 > : 4 7 = < 4 @ 0 0 B > 0 9 = 4 : 9 : 9 > 4 9 ? 0 / < : 8 $ 2 0 7 4 6 0 4 > 3 0 < 0 b G . : < / 4 9 2 > : & : ? = 3 3 0 9 / 0 < < : 8 4 0 A 4 7 7 4 8 8 0 / 4 > 0 7 C / @ 0 < > 4 = 0 1 : < > 3 0 ; : = 4 > 4 : 9 : 1 3 0 / 1 : : > 7 7 : 3 > ' b ( 3 0 C A 4 7 7 ; 0 < = : 9 7 7 C : @ 0 < = 0 0 > 3 0 < 0 @ 4 0 A : 1 ; ; 7 4 > 4 : 9 = 9 / : 9 / ? > > 3 0 4 9 > 0 < @ 4 0 A = : @ 0 < > 3 0 ? ; : 8 4 9 2 A 0 0 6 = 4 9 3 : ; 0 = : 1 < 0 : 8 8 0 9 / 4 9 2 9 0 A 9 / 4 / > 0 1 : < 3 4 < 0 > : > 3 0 = ? ; 0 < 4 9 > 0 9 / 0 9 > 9 / = 3 : : 7 : < / 1 : < ; ; < : @ 7 b ( 3 0 ? 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Section BWednesday, November 16, 2011Suwannee Democrat SPORTS SPORTS Oaken Bucket stays in Lake City Suwannee falls to the Tigers 24-3Bucs’ finish season with loss to BellBy Misty A. Wardmisty.ward@gaflnews.comThe Branford Buccaneers (2-8, 0-3) finished off the season with a loss to the Bell Bulldogs (3-7, 1-3), 44-8. “I was disappointed with our defensive effort. We didn’t do a very good job of stopping Bell,” head coach Jason Bond said. “By the same token, we were really injured. We have a lot of guys that are out because of injuries. So that contributed to the loss.” Cole Lamb rushed for 239 yards last Thursday which put him over a thousand yards rushing for the season. Bond said that he “was a bright spot for us.” “That’s kind of a team goal more than an individual goal to have a thousand yard rusher. We were pleased with that,” he said. Bell quarterback Bruce Thomas threw a five yard touchdown pass to James Oslager. The extra point kick was no good, bringing the score to 6-0. Jeremy Zimmerman had two touchdown carries with the two extra point kicks by Oslager being good, brought the score to 20-0. Bell’s Austin Richey had a touchdown at 3:46 in the second quarter, the extra point kick by Oslager was no good, increasing Bell’s lead to 26-0. With 19 seconds left in the second quarter, CJ Bradow made the 12 yard reception from quarterback Robert Morris for Branford’s lone touchdown. Kenny Johnson ran in the two point conversion. Bringing the score 26-8 at the end of the first half. Bell dominated the second half with Thomas, Zimmerman and Abdul Mkuu scoring touchdowns. Oslager had difficulty with the extra point kicks in the second being zero for three. The final score was 44-8, Bell. Branford Stats Morris connected five of 16 passes for 39 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Bradow had three catches for 30 yards and had one touchdown Travis Bass had one catch for 6 yard gain. Sean Santos had one catch for 3 yards. Lamb had 31 carries for 239 yards rushing. Kenny Johnson had 10 carries for 78 yards rushing. Robert Morris had seven carries for 24 yards Branford had a total of 341 rushing yards and 39 reception yards with a total of 370 yards. The Bucs had 18 first downs. They had five penalties for a lossStaffThe Suwannee Bulldogs ended their football season 1-9 Friday night after being defeated by the Columbia County Tigers at Paul Langford Stadium in Live Oak. The Old Oaken Bucket was up for grabs but it will stay in Lake City for another year as the Tigers overcame the Bulldogs 24-3. You could feel the passion in the air from the Bulldogs who clearly wanted to give it all they had for the last match of the season, with five sacks. “I thought the defense had an awesome night,” Suwannee head football coach Willie Spears said. “I was very proud of our defensive players. Columbia has a great football team and I believed we played well.” The Tigers put the first score on the board with 2:35 to go in the first. On Suwannee’s next possession, Kyle Stebbins runs it to the 25. Quarterback Josh Wright then rushed the ball to the 31 for a pickup of 11. On Columbia’s next possession the Bulldog defense kept the Tigers at bay. Columbia missed a 33yard field goal attempt. A couple possessions later, Columbia fumbled the ball. Suwannee recovered at the Tigers’ 40. The Tigers take possession again soon thereafter following a Suwannee interception with about 6:20 to go in the half. Suwannee picked up a Tiger fumble with about 2 to go in the half. Wright rushed for five for a Bulldog first down, Stebbins had one before the Bulldogs kick a 44-yard field goal with .07 to go in the half. SHS boys soccer off to a good startBy Kellie ShirahThe Suwannee High School boys soccer program is off to a good start winning three of the four games played. The first game, the Bulldogs hosted P.K. Yonge on Nov. 7. Suwannee walked away the victors with a final score of 4-3. The first goal was made by Justin Shirah with Cameron Hall as the assist. Adam Watson made the second goal, assisted by Shirah. The third goal went to Chris Ortega, assisted by Shirah. The last goal was scored by Cooper Hall and assisted by John Ross Swinney. The second game of the season was against Lincoln in Tallahassee on Nov. 9. Lincoln took the win 2-1. A Bulldog jumps over a P.K Yonge player. Photos: Paul Buchanan (SuwanneeSports.com)Lady Dogs soccer update JV sits at 2-2, varsity at 1-1-2 SubmittedThe Lady ‘Dogs traveled to Gainesville to play Buchholz on Thursday, Nov. 10. The fields are so much bigger then most fields and there was a slight learning curve for the Lady ‘Dogs. The J.V. team overcame that obstacle quickly as they scored their first goal 11 minutes into the game. Their next three shots on goal all went in and at the half the score was 4-0 Suwannee. The Lady ‘Dogs proceeded to score four more goals and the mercy rule took effect at 18:02 in the second half. Ashley Wood scored a hat trick and so did Sierra Waddy. Riley Walczak had two goals and two assists. The varsity team played a defensive struggle and the game ended in a 0-0 tie. The varsity record is now 1-1-2. They won their first game against Columbia Nov. 3, 2-1. Beth Glass and Cassidy Ellis scored goals and Amber Morgan and Meghan Tyrell got assists on those goals. They lost their next game against Ridgeview on Nov. 7, 4-0. In their District match against Paxon on Nov. 9, they tied 2-2. Marissa Morgan and Beth Glass scored and Ashley Byrd got the assist on one of the goals. The ladies then played Buchholz on Nov. 10 which ended in a 0-0 tie. The J.V. record as of Nov. 11 was 2-20. They lost their first game against Columbia on their field 7-4. Riley Walczak and Shan Johnson both scored twice. They lost their second game against Ridgeview on their field and the score was 3-1 and Samantha McManaway scored the only goal for the Lady ‘Dogs. They played their first home game against Paxon and showed up to play by beating Paxon 4-0. Ashley Wood scored one goal, as did Leigh Durran, Riley Walczak and Shan Johnson. Paxon's coach Robbie Underhill named Sarah Mahar as his player of the game. Suwannee's varsity coach Bill Harris picked Amber Morgan as his player of the game. See a schedule of the varsity teams upcoming games this page. GO LADY DOGS! Cole Lamb (9) receives a handoff from quarterback Robert Morris in a game this season against Lafayette. Photos by: Jack Howdeshell SEE SOCCER, PAGE 3BEric Cooks (11) takes it up the center. Photos: Paul Buchanan (SuwanneeSports.com) SEE OAKEN PAGE 5B SEE BUCS’, PAGE 2B

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Strong winter winds and below freezing temperatures can damage the skin significantly, so bundle up when going outdoors. And be sure to avoid wet socks and gloves, which can irritate the skin and cause itching and cracking, and might even result in the formation of sores. Stay hydrated. Staying hydrated is another skin care pointer people primarily, and incorrectly, associate with summer. But staying hydrated is just as important in the winter as it is during the summer. Staying hydrated is important for overall health. Men and women who enjoy caffeinated beverages like coffee and soda should know that caffeine is a diuretic that draws water out of the skin. So be sure to counter caffeine consumption by drinking plenty of water. More information is available at www.okeeffescompany.com. Harsh weather can take its toll on the skin, especially for those who work with their hands. 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C 2 A 2 ? 6 ; ? 6 ; ; 1 = 5 F @ 6 0 6 ; / < B A = ? 2 0 B b A 6 < ; @ t 9 2 ; 6 ; 4 A 5 2 8 6 A A F H @ 9 6 A A 2 ? / < E A D 6 0 2 1 F = ? 2 3 2 ? / 9 F / F < A 5 2 ? : 2 : b / 2 ? @ < 3 A 5 2 5 < B @ 2 5 < 9 1 6 @ 4 < < 1 < = A 6 < ; @ 5 2 @ F @ t $ ; 2 0 < B 9 1 9 @ < 4 2 A 1 6 @ b 2 @ 2 @ 3 ? < : 9 ? 4 2 ? ; 6 : 9 @ @ D 2 9 9 t 2 = A < @ = 6 ? < @ 6 @ 6 @ / 0 A 2 ? 6 9 6 ; 3 2 0 A 6 < ; A 5 A 0 ; 0 B @ 2 @ 2 ? 6 < B @ 9 6 C 2 ? ; 1 8 6 1 b ; 2 F = ? < / 9 2 : @ t ( 5 2 6 ; 3 2 0 b A 6 < ; 0 ; < 0 0 B ? A 5 ? < B 4 5 @ 8 6 ; 0 < ; A 0 A D 6 A 5 6 ; 3 2 0 A 2 1 D A 2 ? 0 < ; A : 6 ; A 2 1 D 6 A 5 B ? 6 ; 2 t I ? 4 2 ; 6 : 9 @ 9 6 8 2 0 A b A 9 2 4 < A @ = 6 4 @ @ 5 2 2 = ; 1 5 < ? @ 2 @ ? 2 ? 2 @ 2 ? C < 6 ? @ 3 < ? A 5 6 @ 1 6 @ 2 @ 2 ; 1 : F = @ @ A 5 6 @ A < < B ? 0 < : = ; 6 < ; ; 6 b : 9 @ K 0 8 : ; @ F @ t + 5 A 0 ; = 2 A < D ; 2 ? @ 1 < A < = ? 2 C 2 ; A A 5 2 @ 2 6 ; 3 2 0 A 6 < ; @ I + 5 2 ; F < B 3 6 ? @ A 4 2 A ; 2 D = 2 A 0 < ; A 0 A F < B ? C 2 A b 2 ? 6 ; ? 6 ; ; 1 5 C 2 ; 2 E : = 2 ? 3 < ? : 2 1 t < @ A C 2 A 2 ? 6 ; ? b 6 ; @ A 9 8 A < F < B / < B A A 5 2 @ 2 A 5 6 ; 4 @ A < = ? < A 2 0 A F < B ? @ 2 9 3 ; 1 F < B ? = 2 A @ 0 8 : ; @ F @ t < < ; < A 6 0 1 6 @ 2 @ 2 @ ; 2 2 1 ; < A 9 D F @ / 2 A ? ; @ : 6 A A 2 1 / F = 2 A @ t $ A 5 2 ? ; 6 : 9 @ D 5 6 0 5 D 2 2 ; 0 < B ; A 2 ? 0 ; 9 @ < = @ @ < ; 1 6 @ 2 @ 2 @ t < ? 2 E : = 9 2 / A @ ? 2 = < A 2 ; A 6 9 0 ? ? 6 2 ? @ < 3 ? / 6 2 @ 3 A 9 1 6 @ 2 @ 2 t 0 8 : ; D ? ; @ A 5 A = 2 < b = 9 2 @ 5 < B 9 1 ; 2 C 2 ? A < B 0 5 / A @ t ( 5 2 4 < < 1 ; 2 D @ 6 @ A 5 A 9 9 A 5 2 @ 2 G < < ; < A 6 0 1 6 @ 2 @ 2 @ 0 ; / 2 C < 6 1 2 1 D 6 A 5 9 6 A A 9 2 / 6 A < 3 = ? 2 = ? 2 1 ; 2 @ @ t 2 A 2 ? 6 ; ? 6 b ; @ 1 < ? < B A 6 ; 2 2 E : @ 3 < ? 1 < 4 @ A < 0 5 2 0 8 3 < ? 1 6 3 3 2 ? 2 ; A 1 6 @ 2 @ 2 @ @ B 0 5 @ 6 ; A 2 @ A 6 ; 9 = ? @ 6 A 2 @ ; 1 2 E A 2 ? ; 9 = ? b @ 6 A 2 @ A 5 A : F A ? ; @ : 6 A / 9 < < 1 / < ? ; 2 1 6 @ < ? 1 2 ? @ t & < B A 6 ; 2 C 0 0 6 ; A 6 < ; @ 3 < ? / < A 5 0 A @ ; 1 1 < 4 @ ? 2 C 6 9 / 9 2 D 6 A 5 1 6 3 3 2 ? 2 ; A = ? < A < 0 < 9 @ 6 ; 1 6 3 3 2 ? 2 ; A @ A A 2 @ t < ; A 5 9 F 5 2 ? A D < ? : = ? 2 C 2 ; A A 6 C 2 : 2 1 6 0 A 6 < ; @ 9 @ < 5 2 9 = = ? 2 C 2 ; A 4 6 ; @ A = ? @ 6 A 2 @ 9 6 8 2 5 < < 8 D < ? : @ ; 1 ? < B ; 1 D < ? : @ t ; F G < < ; < A 6 0 1 6 @ 2 @ 2 @ 1 2 = 2 ; 1 < ; A 5 2 9 < 0 9 0 < ; 1 6 b A 6 < ; @ = ? 2 C 9 2 ; A 6 ; A 5 2 ? 2 t 2 ? A 8 2 b 5 < : 2 : 2 @ @ 4 2 ( < 0 < ; @ B 9 A F < B ? C 2 A 2 ? 6 ; ? 6 b ; ? 2 4 ? 1 6 ; 4 F < B ? = 2 A t 0 5 = A 6 2 ; A 6 @ 1 6 3 3 2 ? b 2 ; A @ 5 2 @ A ? 2 @ @ 2 @ t + 6 A 5 D ? 2 ; 2 @ @ ; 1 0 ? 2 G < < ; < A 6 0 1 6 @ 2 @ 2 @ 0 ; < 3 A 2 ; / 2 = ? 2 C 2 ; A 2 1 A < 2 ; @ B ? 2 5 2 9 A 5 F = 2 A ; 1 5 2 9 A 5 F < D ; 2 ? t b b t b n f b f r f n b f b n f b t r b n b n b n b t b f n b b t r ( ! ' J 9 < ? 6 b 1 1 B 0 A 6 < ; < : : 6 @ @ 6 < ; b 2 ? 2 ? ? 1 & < / 6 ; @ < ; ; 1 % B / 9 6 0 0 5 < < 9 @ 5 ; 0 2 9 9 < ? % : A 2 D ? A @ 5 ? 2 1 A 5 2 6 ? = = ? 2 0 6 A 6 < ; A < r < 3 A 5 2 @ A A 2 @ A 2 0 5 2 ? @ 9 < ; 4 @ 6 1 2 ; B : 2 ? < B @ A 6 4 2 ? @ 1 < 9 = 5 6 ; @ ; 1 @ 5 ? 8 @ A B @ 0 5 ? b 1 2 ; @ ; 1 2 + < ? 9 1 1 B ? 6 ; 4 @ = 2 0 6 9 ( 2 0 5 2 ? ( 9 8 @ 5 < D @ # < C t b ; 1 # < C t f r b f t 1 B 0 A < ? @ 3 ? < : 0 ? < @ @ A 5 2 @ A A 2 = ? A 6 0 6 = A 2 1 6 ; B ; 6 > B 2 = ? < 3 2 @ @ 6 < ; 9 1 2 C 2 9 < = : 2 ; A D < ? 8 @ 5 < = @ < ; 0 6 2 ; 0 2 ( 2 0 5 ; < 9 < 4 F ; 4 6 ; 2 2 ? 6 ; 4 ; 1 A 5 ( ; 1 A 5 2 ; 5 1 A 5 2 < = = < ? A B ; 6 A F A < @ = 2 ; 1 A 5 2 ; 6 4 5 A 6 ; ( 6 4 2 ? < 1 4 2 A B @ 0 5 ? 1 2 ; @ 6 ; ( : = . F ; 1 A < 9 = 5 6 ; < C 2 < ? A 5 2 < ? 9 & 2 2 3 > B ? 6 B : A 2 + < ? 9 1 t ( 5 2 9 < ? 6 1 2 = ? A : 2 ; A < 3 1 B 0 A 6 < ; $ 6 ; = ? A b ; 2 ? @ 5 6 = D 6 A 5 B @ 0 5 ? b 1 2 ; @ 2 + < ? 9 1 ; 1 ; B b : 2 ? < B @ 2 1 B 0 A 6 < ; C 2 ; 1 < ? @ A B ? ; 2 1 6 A @ : < ; A 5 9 F ( 2 0 5 2 ? ( 9 8 @ 5 < D 6 ; A < A 2 0 5 2 ? = b = ? 2 0 6 A 6 < ; @ 9 2 2 = < C 2 ? @ 2 @ b @ 6 < ; @ 3 < ? 9 2 ? ; 6 ; 4 t I D @ 5 < ; < ? 2 1 A < ? 2 0 < 4 b ; 6 G 2 A 5 2 1 2 1 6 0 A 2 1 D < ? 8 < 3 < B ? A 2 0 5 2 ? @ A 5 ? < B 4 5 A 5 2 @ 2 2 C 2 ; A @ ; 1 = = ? 2 0 6 A 2 1 A 5 2 < = = < ? A B ; 6 A F A < 6 ; A 2 ? 0 A D 6 A 5 @ < : 2 < 3 < B ? @ A A 2 @ 2 E 0 2 9 b 9 2 ; A 2 1 B 0 A < ? @ K @ 6 1 < : b : 6 @ @ 6 < ; 2 ? & < / 6 ; @ < ; t I F < 3 3 2 ? 6 ; 4 5 ; 1 @ b < ; 2 E = 2 ? 6 b 2 ; 0 2 @ ; 1 @ 5 < D 0 @ 6 ; 4 A 5 2 9 A 2 @ A 6 ; A 5 2 ( 3 6 2 9 1 @ A 5 2 @ 2 2 1 B 0 A < ? @ D 2 ? 2 / 9 2 A < 4 6 ; C 9 B / 9 2 ; 2 D ? 2 b @ < B ? 0 2 @ A < 5 2 9 = A 5 2 : 3 B ? b A 5 2 ? 2 ; ? 6 0 5 A 5 2 6 ? @ A B 1 2 ; A @ 9 2 ? ; 6 ; 4 t K @ A : < ; A 5 2 1 B 0 A < ? @ D 2 ? 2 @ 8 2 1 A < @ B / : 6 A ; < ; 9 6 ; 2 = = 9 6 0 A 6 < ; < ; A 5 2 B @ A 3 < ? ( 2 0 5 2 ? @ D 2 / @ 6 A 2 A < / 2 0 < ; @ 6 1 2 ? 2 1 3 < ? A 5 2 @ = 2 b 0 6 9 2 C 2 ; A @ t $ 3 A 5 2 6 ; 6 A 6 9 f = = 9 6 0 ; A @ r A 2 0 5 2 ? @ D 2 ? 2 ? ; 1 < : 9 F @ 2 b 9 2 0 A 2 1 A < A A 2 ; 1 t ? 6 < B @ 0 < : = ; 6 2 @ 1 < ; A 2 1 A 5 2 6 ? 2 1 B 0 A 6 < ; 9 = ? < 1 B 0 A @ A < A 5 2 9 < ? 6 1 1 B 0 A 6 < ; < B ; 1 b A 6 < ; 6 ; 0 9 B 1 6 ; 4 % < 9 F C 6 @ 6 < ; # A 6 < ; 9 < ? 1 < 3 % ? < 3 2 @ b @ 6 < ; 9 ( 2 0 5 6 ; 4 A ; 1 ? 1 @ 6 1 1 9 2 / B ? F ; A 2 ? 0 A 6 C 2 0 5 < 9 9 1 B 0 A 6 < ; 9 2 ? b C 6 0 2 @ ; 1 ; ; 2 A A 2 B @ 6 ; 2 @ @ D F A < 2 E A 2 ; 1 A 5 2 6 ? = = ? 2 0 6 A 6 < ; A < 9 < ? 6 b 1 2 1 B 0 A < ? @ ; 1 A < @ B = = < ? A 2 1 B 0 A 6 < ; 6 ; 9 < ? 6 1 t I ( 2 0 5 2 ? ( 9 8 K 6 @ A 2 9 2 b C 6 @ 6 < ; @ 5 < D = ? < 1 B 0 2 1 / F A 5 2 9 < ? 6 1 2 = ? A : 2 ; A < 3 1 B 0 A 6 < ; A 5 A 3 < 0 B @ 2 @ < ; 9 < ? 6 1 A 2 0 5 2 ? @ ; 1 A 5 2 6 ? 6 ; ; < C A 6 < ; @ / < A 5 6 ; ; 1 < B A < 3 A 5 2 0 9 @ @ ? < < : t 0 5 @ 5 < D 6 @ C 6 9 / 9 2 A < @ 0 5 < < 9 1 6 @ A ? 6 0 A @ 0 ? < @ @ A 5 2 @ A A 2 ; 1 D 6 9 9 6 ? < ; A 5 2 2 = ? A b : 2 ; A @ < B ( B / 2 0 5 ; ; 2 9 t < ? : < ? 2 6 ; 3 < ? : A 6 < ; / < B A I ( 2 0 5 2 ? ( 9 8 K C 6 @ 6 A 5 A A = n n D D D t 3 9 1 < 2 t < ? 4 n 7 B @ A b 3 < ? A 2 0 5 2 ? @ t b b n f b < B ? 2 0 < ? 1 6 9 9 F 6 ; C 6 A b 2 1 A < A 5 2 ; ; B 9 < D 9 6 ; 4 % ? 8 < : : B ; 6 A F + 6 1 2 ( 5 ; 8 @ 4 6 C 6 ; 4 # < C t r A % t ( 5 2 @ 2 ? C 6 0 2 6 @ @ = < ; @ < ? 2 1 / F A 5 2 1 C 2 ; A 5 ? 6 @ A 6 ; 5 B ? 0 5 < D 9 b 6 ; 4 % ? 8 5 B ? 0 5 < 3 < 1 2 A 5 2 9 ? 2 2 8 = A 6 @ A 0 5 B ? 0 5 ; 1 A 5 2 6 ? @ A = A 6 @ A 5 B ? 0 5 < 3 < D 9 b 6 ; 4 % ? 8 t ( 5 2 5 < @ A 0 5 B ? 0 5 A 5 6 @ F 2 ? 6 @ A 5 2 < D 9 6 ; 4 % ? 8 5 B ? 0 5 < 3 < 1 D 6 A 5 ( 5 ; 8 @ 4 6 C 6 ; 4 : 2 @ @ 4 2 / F A 5 2 6 ? % @ A < ? 2 C 6 ; D 6 ; 2 F t ( 5 2 ? 2 D 6 9 9 / 2 A 6 : 2 < 3 3 2 9 9 < D @ 5 6 = ; 1 ? 2 b 3 ? 2 @ 5 : 2 ; A @ 3 < 9 9 < D 6 ; 4 A 5 2 @ 2 ? C 6 0 2 t < 0 A 6 < ; < 3 A 5 2 0 5 B ? 0 5 6 @ r < B ; A F & < 1 r ; 2 ? A 5 2 6 ; A 2 ? b @ 2 0 A 6 < ; < 3 < B ; A F & < 1 f t n b f b < A 6 ; 4 = ? 2 0 6 ; 0 A / B 6 9 1 b 6 ; 4 # < / 9 2 @ 2 ? ? F & < 1 6 C 2 $ 8 9 t ( B 2 @ 1 F ( 5 B ? @ 1 F ; 1 ? 6 1 F = t : t < ; A 0 A & < @ 2 : ? F b r b < ? ? 9 A b r b r r f t

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E 9 2 E 2 = 6 2 C < + 6 4 C 6 2 E : @ ? 6 ? n E 6 C 2 E r 2 D E F G 2 = E t & : G 6 ) 2 < t & @ C : ? 7 @ C > 2 n E : @ ? 4 2 = = F 5 C 6 J @ H 6 = = n n r 2 ; 2 7 6 4 2 2 3 f n 6 6 E D 2 E E 9 6 & : G 6 ) 2 < 9 C : ? 6 = F 3 t r r E 9 E C 6 6 E t @ ? 5 2 J D t r N r r A > 9 : D 3 F : = 5 : ? 8 : D ; F D E 6 2 D E @ 7 D @ F E 9 t @ ? E 9 6 D 2 > 6 C @ 2 5 2 D E 9 6 F H 2 ? ? 6 6 / 2 = = 6 J = 6 4 @ n @ A 6 > 3 6 C D 9 : A : D @ A 6 ? E @ 2 = = 3 @ J D n J 6 2 C D @ = 5 @ > 6 ; @ : ? F D 7 @ C 9 2 G : ? 8 7 F ? H : E 9 > @ ? E 9 = J 4 2 > A : ? 8 t 2 D H 6 = = 2 D H 6 6 < n = @ ? 8 H : ? n E 6 C 2 ? 5 D F > > 6 C 4 2 > A D 2 C 6 ? E D 2 C 6 6 ? 4 @ F C 2 8 6 5 E @ A 2 C E : 4 : A 2 E 6 2 D 2 5 F = E = 6 2 5 6 C D t 4 @ > > : E E 6 6 > 6 > 3 6 C D 2 ? 5 > 6 C : E 3 2 5 8 6 4 @ F ? D 6 = @ C D $ ) / / & 2 4 1 2 0 0 7 1 6 ; 5 5 2 % 6 2 1 $ 6 6 E D D 6 4 @ ? 5 9 F C D 5 2 J @ 7 6 2 4 9 > @ ? E 9 2 E A > t 2 E E 9 6 0 6 = = 3 @ C ? @ > > F ? : E J 6 ? E 6 C t r n E 9 G 6 ? 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E 2 4 E E 2 = 3 @ E 8 > 2 : = 4 @ > @ C 4 2 = = f n ) + 1 1 ) 4 / 1 ) ( % 1 ) / ) 5 5 2 1 5 F 6 D 5 2 J D r r n A > & 2 < 6 2 C < ? : E 6 5 6 E 9 @ 5 : D E 9 F C 4 9 : ? E 9 6 6 = = @ H D 9 : A 2 = = t H J 2 E D D 2 E C 6 6 E @ C : ? 7 @ 4 2 = = b n 4 ) % 6 ) 4 # 5 2 1 5 7 3 3 2 4 6 4 2 7 3 5 5 : 4 E : @ ? F A A @ C E C @ F A C 6 2 E 6 C / : D : @ ? D 7 2 : E 9 n 3 2 D 6 5 2 5 5 : 4 E : @ ? D D F A n A @ C E 8 C @ F A > 6 6 E D H 6 6 < = J : ? E H @ = @ 4 2 E : @ ? D 6 6 E : ? 8 D 2 C 6 9 6 = 5 @ ? F 6 D 5 2 J ? : 8 9 E D 2 E r r : ? & 2 < 6 : E J 2 E E 9 6 9 C : D E 6 ? E C 2 = 9 F C 4 9 3 F : = 5 : ? 8 @ ? : D E 6 C D 0 6 = n 4 @ > 6 + @ 2 5 9 6 8 C @ F A 2 = D @ > 6 6 E D 9 F C D 5 2 J > @ C ? : ? 8 D 2 E r : ? & : G 6 ) 2 < 2 E E 9 6 F H 2 ? ? 6 6 @ 2 = : E : @ ? @ 7 n 7 : 4 6 = @ 4 2 E 6 5 2 E r ( @ C E 9 ) 9 : @ G 6 ? F 6 9 : D 8 C @ F A A C @ G : 5 6 D D A : C : E F 2 = 2 ? 5 6 > @ n E : @ ? 2 = D F A A @ C E : ? 2 ? @ ? n ; F 5 8 > 6 ? 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b n r n f t n f n n r f f f n r n b t f n t b b n F AMILY FEATURES Wh ether youre a first time host or seasoned pro, there are certain secrets to help ensure a holiday meal that is both elegant and effortless. Keeping a few key ingredients on-hand, like Swanson chicken stock and broth, helps make preparing for the main meal a little less stressful and also allows for more options w hen it comes to dressing up leftovers. Here are some recipes that are sure to please. F or more holiday tips and recipes, visit www.CampbellsKitchen.com. Ultra Creamy Mashed PotatoesPrep: 15 minutes Cook: 20 minutes Makes: 6 servings 3 1/2 cups Swanson Chicken Broth (Regular, Natural Goodness or Certified Organic) 5 large potatoes (about 2 1/2 pounds), peeled and cut into 1-inch pieces (about 7 1/2 cups) 1/2 cup light cream 2 tablespoons butter Generous dash ground black pepper 1 can (14.5 ounces) Campbells Turkey Gravy, heated according to package directions 1.Heat broth and potatoes in a 3-quart saucepan over medium-high heat to a boil. 2.Reduce heat to medium. Cover and cook for 10 minutes or until potatoes are tender. Drain potatoes well in colander, reserving broth. 3.Mash potatoes with 1/4 cup reserved broth, cream, butter and black pepper. Add additional reserved broth, if needed, until desired consistency. Serve with gravy.Moist and Savory StuffingPrep: 10 minutes Cook: 10 minutes Bake: 30 minutes Makes: 10 servings 2 1/2 cups Swanson Chicken Broth (Regular, Natural Goodness or Certified Organic) Generous dash ground black pepper 2 stalks celery, coarsely chopped (about 1 cup) 1 large onion, coarsely chopped (about 1 cup) 1 package (14 ounces) Pepperidge Farm Herb Seasoned Stuffing 1.Heat broth, black pepper, celery and onion in 3-quart saucepan over mediumhigh heat to a boil. Reduce heat to low. Cover and cook for 5 minutes or until vegetables are tender, stirring often. Remove saucepan from heat. Add stuffing and mix lightly. 2.Spoon stuffing mixture into a greased 3-quart shallow baking dish. Cover baking dish. 3.Bake at 350F for 30 minutes or until stuffing mixture is hot. For crunchier stuffing, bake uncovered.Green Bean CasserolePrep: 10 minutes Bake: 30 minutes Makes: 12 servings 2 cans (10 3/4 ounces each) Campbells Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup (Regular, 98% Fat Free or Healthy Request ) 1 cup milk 2 teaspoons soy sauce 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 8 cups cooked cut green beans 2 2/3 cups Frenchs French Fried Onions 1.Stir soup, milk, soy sauce, black pepper, beans and 1 1/3 cups onions in 3-quart casserole. 2.Bake at 350F for 25 minutes or until bean mixture is hot and bubbling. Stir bean mixture. Sprinkle with remaining onions. 3.Bake for 5 minutes or until onions are golden brown. D ont fret about whats left!W ant to make leftovers seem a little less left over? Plan ahead by stocking your kitchen with the basics eggs, milk, cheese, bread, canned s oup and broth. This French Onion Turkey Casserole, made with Campbells Condensed French Onion Soup, is a welcome departure from the standard hot turkey sandwich, and u ses ingredients many people already have on-hand.French Onion Turkey CasserolePrep: 20 minutes B ake: 45 minutes M akes: 8 servings Vegetable cooking spray 6 eggs 1 can (10 1/2 ounces) Campbells CondensedFrenchOnionSoup 2 cups milk 1 cup shredded Swiss cheese (about 4 ounces) 2 tablespoons chopped fresh thyme leaves or 2 teaspoons dried thyme leaves, crushed 9 slices Pepperidge Farm Farmhouse Hearty White Bread, cut into cubes 2 cups shredded or cubed cooked turkey 1.Heat oven to 350F. Spray 2-quart shallow baking dish with cooking spray. 2.Beat eggs, soup, milk, 1/2 cup cheese and 1 tablespoon thyme in large bowl with fork or whisk. Add bread cubes and turkey. Stir and press bread cubes into milk mixture to coat. 3.Pour bread mixture into baking dish. Sprinkle with remaining cheese and thyme. Let stand for 15 minutes. 4.Bake for 45 minutes or until a knife inserted in center comes out clean. Moist and Savory Stuffing Green Bean CasseroleHerb Roasted Turkey with Pan GravyPrep: 15 minutes Roast: 3 hours Cook: 10 minutesMakes: 12 servings 1 turkey (12 to 14 pounds) 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 carton (26 ounces) Swanson C hicken Stock (Regular or Unsalted) (about 3 1/4 cups) 3 tablespoons lemon juice 1 teaspoon dried basil leaves, crushed 1 teaspoon dried thyme leaves, crushed 1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper 1/4 cup all-purpose flour 1.Remove giblets and neck from turkey cavity. Rinse turkey with cold water and pat dry with paper towel. Tie ends of drumsticks together. 2 .Place turkey, breast-side up, on rack in roast ing pan. Brush turkey with oil. Insert meat thermometer into thickest part of meat, not touching bone. 3.Stir stock, lemon juice, basil, thyme and black pepper in large bowl. Reserve 1 3/4 cups stock mixture for the gravy. Pour remain ing stock mixture over turkey. 4.Roast at 325F for 3 hours, or until thermom eter reads 165F, basting occasionally with pan drippings. Begin checking for doneness after 2 1/2 hours roasting time. 5.Remove turkey from pan, cover and keep warm. Spoon off any fat and pour off all but 1 1/2 cups pan drippings. 6.Stir reserved stock mixture and flour in medium bowl until the mixture is smooth. Add flour mixture to the pan. Cook and stir over medium heat until mixture boils and thickens, scraping up browned bits from bottom of pan. Serve gravy with turkey. Herb Roasted Turkey with Pan Gravy

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Local man

nabbed on

kidnapping,


scehxaurage attery

By Jefryr oantright
wefrbatrihw ga nee s coum.

kidnapping and sexual bat-
tery of a Citrus County Douglas
woman, officials said. Maxfield
Dougrlas Lewis Maxfield,
32, 21819 47th Drive, Lake City, was ar-
rested and booked into the Suwannee
County Jail on Nov. 8, records show.
SEE LOCAL, PAGE 12A

Biker hit by


DU/ suspect pulled over in
Lake City with busted headlight
By Jeff Waters, editor
jeff.waters@gaflnews.com
A 52-year-old motorcy-
clist was sent to an area hos-
pital in serious condition
early Thursday morning, Rebecca L.
Nov. 10, while the Suwan- Quinn
nee County driver of the ve-
hicle that hit him was booked into the Co-
lumbia County Detention Facility on DUI
and hit-and-run charges, the Florida High-
way Patrol reported.
SEE BlKER, PAGE 12A

Pipe packing
woman charged
with child neglect
By Jeffry Boatright
jeff ry, boatright@gaflInews, com
A spat between a Talla-
hassee woman and her
boyfriend led to her ultimate
arrest for disorderly intoxi- Sarah Jane
cation and child neglect. Baskins
According to Suwannee
County Sheriff's reports, while on assign-
ment at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music
Park around 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 9, SCSO
Deputy Wayne Kelly observed Sarah Jane


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BRANFORD, SHS HEAD FOOTBALL COACHES NOT REHIRED

'I was hired to win football games

and we didn't win enough games.'
Willie Spears


Bond out as BHS
head football coach
jeff ry boatright@gaflInews.com
After one year at ./
Branford High
School, Jason
Bond will no
longer be on the :
sidelines as the
o lane ch head

BHASc rin inp Se h
Thoreson, Bond's Jason Bond


SEE BOND, PAGE 12A


COTTON PICKING TIME


rn W W WW M~ilt.WR / W .A ,
"It's the fabric of our lives," one song states. Townsend Brothers Farms just completed harvesting their fields of cotton off CR 136
this week. According to Don Burnham of the Farm Service Agency, about 855 acres of cotton are grown in Suwannee County each
year. See more photos, page 8A. Photo: Jeffry Boatright


SEE PIPE, PAGE 12A


By Jeffry Boatright
jeff ry, boatright@gaflInews .com
The mixture of deer and auto-
mobiles on the roadway did not
tumn out so well for two drivers in
Suwannee County on the evening
of Nov. 9.
According to the Florida High-
way Patrol, two separate car


crashes occurred that evening as a
result of deer crossing in the paths
of the vehicles. Fortunately, only
minor injuries were sustained as a
result of the deer.
The first accident occurred at
about 7:01 p.m., just south of CR
250 on SR 51, when Ethan Alan


By Jeffry Boatright
jeff ry, boatright@gaflInews.com
Residents of Maynor
Manor subdivision who are
affected by the proposed

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Silas Drive extension met
with officials from the city of
Live Oak and Suwannee
County School Board at Live
Oak City Hall Monday to re-
solve privacy and security


concerns previously voiced
by the homeowners.
During the meeting, home-
owners were offered shrub-
SEE HOMEOWNERS, PAGE 12A


SEE DEER, PAGE 12A


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Community


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Wednesday Edition November 16, 2011


Spears outas head

100tballl coach
Performance, results cited as reasons
STwo seasons as head football
~coach comes to an end
By Jeffry Boatright
jeff ry, boatright@gaflInews .com
Willie Spears has coached his last football game
for the Suwannee Bulldogs. After two years as head
football coach, Spears was ousted Monday afternoon
< ~by Suwannee High School principal Ted Roush.
According to Roush, after consulting with Ath~let-


Willie Spears


Homeowners and officials meet to
resolve privacy and security concerns
due to Silas Drive extension


Deer blamed in car crashes


SPO RTS:
SHS boys
soccer off

to good
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SSUWANNEE DEMIOCRAT/LIVE OAK


PAG E 2A


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2011


Editor's note: Thne Suwannee
Democrat prints the entire ar-
rest record each week. If your
name appears here and you are
later found not sm/rrln or the
charges are dropped, we will be
happy to make note of this in
the newspaper when judicial
proof is presented to us by you
or the authorities.
The following abbreviations
are used below:
SCSO-Suwannee County
Sheriff's Office
LOPD-Live Oak Police De-
partment
FDLE-Florida Department
of Law Enforcement
FHP-Florida Highway Patrol
FWC-Florida Wildlife Com-
mission
DOT-Department of Trans-
portation
OALE-Office of Agricultur-
al Law Enforcement
P & P-Probation and Parole
USMS-US Marshals Service
ATF-Department of Alcohol,
Tobacco and Firearms
DOC-Department of Correc-
tions
November 9, Sarah Jane
Baskins, 31, 301 Pennell Circle
#6, Tallahassee, FL, disorderly
intox, child neglect, resisting
w/o violence, poss. drug para-
phemnalia, 1st app pd appt wfw:
SCSO-D. Kelly


November 9, Jackie
Suzanne Emery, 38, 829 Martin
Street, Live Oak, FL, license
expired 6 months, poss -20 gr
cannabis: LOPD D. Slaughter
November 9, Jesse Ray
Reese, 28, 1102 Sw Cumorah
Hill St, Fort White, FL, sale of
oxycodone, poss oxy w/i to sell,
poss oxy w/i to sell, sale oxy-
codone, poss hydrocodone w/i
sell, 1st app pd appt wfw:
SCSO K. Osbom
November 9, Anthony James
Skinner, 19, Columbia Co Jail,
Lake City, FL, return for court,
vop o/c trespass of an unoccu-
pied structure, 1st app pd appt
wfw, no bond: SCSO-A.
Loston
November 9, Kathy Certain
Shot Furlo, 60, 10796 Brantley
Road, O'Brien, FL, Forgery-
3cts, Uttering A Forgery-3cts,
Scheme To Defraud Over $50
000: SCSO-K. Osbom
November 9, Samantha
Lynn Simmons, 20, 3949 Nw
53rd Ave, Jennings, FL, vop o/c
petit theft: SCSO-T. Lee
November 9, Aaron Camuel
Poore, 30, 7179 224th St,
O'Brien, FL, duval co-vop o/c
dui: P&P-K. Battles
November 10, Debra Viele
Weber, 46, 16567 76th St, Live
Oak, FL, retail theft: SCSO
E.Padgett


November 10, Cortyne
De'wayne Dunn, 25, 915
Roberts St, Live Oak, FL, d/v
batt by strangulation, d/v bat-
tery, 1st app pd appt wfw:
LOPD- B. Harrison
November 11, Ismario A
Gonzalez, 21, 401 Waccamaw
Ave, Columbia, SC, trespass af-
ter warning, poss -20 cannabis,
poss controlled subs., 1st app
pd appt per wfw: SCSODTF-
K.Osbom
November 11, Deaker Ster-
ling, 49, Po Box5, Day, FL,
dwls: SCSO H Harris
November 11, Deven D Van-
derschuur, 24, 14523 Diplomat
Drive, Tampa, FL, poss control
subs., disorderly intox, 1st app
pd appt per wfw: SCSO-
C.McIntyre
November 11, Timothy M
Bingham, 27, 142 Sw Reginal
Pl, Lake City, FL, Columbia co
wrt, fail to pay child supper,
pay cash only, 1st app pd appt
per wfw: SCSO-C.Homne
November 11, Matthew
Shane Leonard, 41, 628 N W
Cr 250, Mayo, FL, manufacture
methamphetami, unlawful poss
of listed chemicals, poss
methamphetamine, 1st app pd
appt per wfw: SCSO-
Kelly/Brown
November 11, Marcus
Leonard Cummings, 49, 10665


217th Road, Dowling Park, FL,
theft of utilities, 1st app pd appt
per wfw: SCSO-Kelly/Steven-
son
November 11, Lueanne
Charlene Edwards, 25, 5719
280th Street, Branford, FL, ftac
o/c dwls/r, pay $500.00 cash
only: SCSO- J.Brooks
November 11, Luis Ro-
driguez, 23, 13355 100th Terr,
Live Oak, FL, disorderly con-
duct, 1st app pd appt per wfw:
LOPD-B .Harrison
November 12, lan Jay
Williams, 24, 919 Barris Ave,
Tallahassee, FL, poss -20
cannabis, poss mdma, 1st app
pd appt per wfw: SCSODTF-
B.Mincks
November 12, Kevin
Mclaine Teich, 30, 2224 Ponti-
ac Drive, Tallahassee FL, poss -
20 cannabis, poss mdma, 1st
app n/pd appt per: SCSODTF-
E.Padgett
November 11, Joshua Glenn
Swaney, 20, 385 Old Epps
Bridr Rd 29, Athens, GA, poss
alcoh bey under 21, poss of
mdma, 1st app--pd app per
wfw: OALE-T.Steele
November 12, Robbin Ale-
sha Youngblood, 18, 470 S W
Mill Street, Mayo, FL, retail
theft, 1st app--pd app per wfw:
SCSO-S .ST.John
November 12, Earl Poole,
50, 13570 Us Hwy 90 Lot 90,
Live Oak, FL, battery dom/vio-
lence, resist w/o violence, 1st
app--pd app per wfw: SCSO-
D.Stevensonson
November 12, Lance Everett
Frier, 41, 14333 176st Street,
McAlpin, FL, poss-20 grams
marijuana, poss drug equip-
ment, alachua co wrt: SCSO-
S.ST John
November 12, Shawn Bryan
Hokama, 30, Homeless Park To
Park, Live Oak, FL, sale of


mdma, poss mdma w/intent to
sel, 1st app pd appt per wfw:
SCSODTF-F.Gorski
November 12, John Howard
Sterling, 36, 8306 225 Rd, Live
Oak, FL, poss meth, poss narc
para, 1st app pd appt per wfw:
SCSO Zimmerman
November 12, Calvin
Michael Graves, 19, 4045
George Bisbee, Kenresaw, GA,
poss 1sd, poss mdma, poss dmt,
poss -20 cannabis, poss drug
para, 1st app pd appt per wfw:
SCSODTF-F.Gorski
November 12, Alexander
Jared Bamnard, 21, 108 Rock
Mull, Peachtree, GA, traff 1sd
sale 1sd, poss 1sd w/intent to
sell, 1st app pd appt per wfw:
SCSODTF-M.Ramirez
November 12, Isidro Reyes
Zalazar, 29, 6923 200th St,
O'Brien, FL, no d.1, no registra-
tion, attch tag not assign, d.u.i.,
1st app pd appt per wfw: FHP
A Hughes
November 12, Gregory Paul
Aiello, 35, 561 10th Ave 19m,
New York, NY, battery poss -20
grms marijuana: SCSO-M.
HIenry
November 12, Nicholas
Lewis Lorini, 19, 211 16th Ave,
Jacksonville, FL, poss mdma,
1st app pd appt per wfw: SC-
SODTF-F.Gorski
November 12, Evan Dayton
Turner, 24, 3027 Skagg St, Gulf
Breeze, FL, poss -20 cannabis,
poss drug para, poss controlled
sub., 1st app pd appt per wfw:
SCSODTF-M.Ramirez
November 13, Dale Morris,
46, 7043 173rd Place, Live
Oak, FL, poss of meth, poss of
drug paraphernalia: SCSO-Kel-
ly & Stevenson
November 13, Zachary
Joseph Duke, 25, 5790 Clifton
Ave, Jakcsonville, FL, sale -20
grm cannabis, poss -20 grm
w/intent sel, 1st app pd appt per
wfw: SCSODTF-F.Gorski
November 13, Chad Len
Nelson, 19, 1076 Sandra Rd,
Memphis, TN, sale mdma, poss
mdma w/intent to sel, 1st app
pd appt per wfw: SCSODTF-

No mer 14, Julie Lynn
Lake, 41, 14843 221st Road,
Live Oak, FL, dui: FHP H.
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November 14, Antonio
James Price, 28, 4108 Sw 17th
Pl, Gainesville, FL, agg bat per-
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no d/1: M. Greshain
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Jordan, 41, 797 Eva Ave, Live
Oak, FL, vop o/c dwls/r habitu-
al: SCSO L. Land
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Brogdon, 25, 9680 105th Drive,
Live Oak, FL, felony battery:
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theft: SCSO-B. Shaw
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Darling, 36, 26204 Cr 49,
O'Brien, FL, grand theft III:
SCSO-D. Taylor
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49, 11213 71 Dr, Live Oak, FL,
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2011


PAG E 3A


Destiny Fennell
Destiny showed five cows at the fair. Four of her cows won first in their class and one got
fourth. Destiny also won first in junior showmanship, first in junior fitting and grooming,
first in junior record book, first in junior dairy judging, first in junior herdsman, first with
her junior dairy quiz bowl team, and second in the written dairy quiz bowl test. Destiny is
a member of the Farm Fresh 4-H Club and reporter for the 4-H County Council. Destiny is
shown with one of the five cows.


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Terrali Henderson
Terrah showed five cows. Two got first, one got second and two got fourth. Terrah's
Guernsey got junior grand cham pion. Terrah also received fi rst in intermediate dairy judg-
ing, first in intermediate fitting and grooming, second in intermediate showmanship and
second in intermediate record book. Terrah is the president of the Suwannee Middle
School FFA Chapter and a member of the Farm Fresh 4-H Club. Courtesy photos


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Local girls win at North Florida Fair
Four local girls represented Suwannee County well at the North Florida Fair recently in Tallahassee showcasing their dairy cows.


Tania Henderson
Tania showed one calf. She received first in her class. Tania got second in intermediate
herdsman, third in intermediate fitting and grooming and third in showmanship. Tania is
the seventh grade vice president of the Suwannee Middle School FFA Chapter and the
community service reporter for the Farm Fresh 4-H Club.


Taylor Henderson
Taylor showed four cows. Two got first in their class and two got second. Her red and
white Holstein received senior reserve grand champion. Taylor also won first in senior
record book, first in senior dairy judging and second in senior herdsman. Taylor is the vice
president of the Farm Fresh 4-H Club and reporter in the Suwannee Senior FFA Chapter.












suwannee living


The following couples applied for a
marriage license the week of
Nov. 7-11,2011:

William Andrew Register to Amanda Michelle Fico

James Isreal Peek to Ashley Danielle Brookins

Terry Charles Daniel Arnold to Jessie Lea Herron





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Crime prevention tip from the

Live Oak Police Department
Protect your identity.
Give no vital information, such as date of birth
or Social Security number, over the telephone or
Internet.


Hopewell Baptist
Church
Men'sDay *
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Something

To Smile

About!

Thank you for
submitting this week's
SMILE photographic
Ruth Lynn Omasta greeting
baby brother Dexter Miller Omasta
Great-grandchildren of
Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Miller
of McAlpin, FL
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REAYREA
FOR LIFE FOR LIFE

IW RELAY FOR LIFE OF SUWANNEE 2012
ON BEHALF OF THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY PRESENTS

THANKS GIVING TURKEY SH OOT


ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT THE AM~ERICAN CANCER
SOCIETY AND REIAY FOR LIFE.
COM~E OUT AND ENJOY AN AFTERNOON
OF FUN AND EXCITEMENT!
ADMISSION IS $1 PER PERSON AT THE GATE AND $10
PER PERSON ENTRY FEE TO COMPETE IN THE SHOOT.

RELAY
FOR LIFE PRIZES TO BE WON INCLUDE: TURKEYS FOR
THANKSGIVING, GIFT CARDS, AND MUCH MORE.


PAG E 4A


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2011


New Bethlehem A.IM.E. in IMcAlpin to cel-
ebrate 124 years
The New Bethlehem A.M.E. Church
11193 150th St., McAlpin, Fla.
Will be celebrating our
124th Church Anniversary
"We Are Laborers Togrether With God"
Sunday, Nov. 20 at 3 p.m.
Speaker ~ The Reverend Barbara J. Lin-
ton


Mt. Moriah I.A.M.E.C, Live Oak, Fla.
Come one! Come all!
Everyone is invited to share in this
praise and worship fellowship
A delicious dinner will be served fol-
lowing worship service
Chairpersons: Sis. Valua H. Linton and
Sis. Bernice Sneed
Bro. Clyde L. Fields, Steward Pro tem
The Reverend Alton J. Center, Pastor


Mayor N\obles presents Mr. Bill Fletcher with the Mayor's Community Service Award. Mr.
Fletcher served veterans and the community as the veterans service officer for Suwannee
County. Mr. Fletcher retired after eighteen and a half years of service. Courtesy photo


There will be a GOLD PARTY on Monday, Nov. 21,
2011, at the Farm Bureau Building, 407 South Dowling
St., 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. Just bring all of your old or broken
gold and silver jewelry and sell it. You keep all the mon-
ey and at the end of the night the gold buyer will donate a
percentage of the total purchased. This fundraiser is the
easiest ever,
All you have to do is invite your friends and family to
come with you and have everyone to bring his/hers old or
broken gold or silver jewelry no longer wanted, sell it, and
have some money for shopping on BLACK FRIDAY- all
while helping the Band Boosters earn money as well. It's
a win-win deal.
You sell your old jewelry and make money, the Boost-


ers make money for the students, no one loses, so mark
this on your calendar, Monday, Nov. 21, 2011, Farm Bu-
reau Insurance's meeting room in the back, 5 8 and bring
your old and broken gold and silver.
The SHS Band Boosters is the supporting organization
which helps to fund the marching band's expenses for
things like band uniforms and to attend state-wide compe-
titions. Everyone is invited to become a part of this. It
meets at the SHS band room, 6:30 p.m., on the first Tues-
day of each month.
Let's make some money.
If you have any questions, contact Wanda O'Neal at
wandaoneal@hotmail.com, 386-209-4024.
See you there.


TOm Is back
Tommy
"White
Shoes"
Kennedy

esmplone
with
Rountree-
Moore Chevrolet-Cadil-
lac-Nissan on US90 in
Lake City.
Kennedy has over 20
years in the automobile
industry.
After a two year sabat-
ical from the business,
Kennedy is back with
"rechargred batteries".
"I want to welcome
my past as will as future
customers to a whole
new way of buying ve-
heiles," stated Kennedy.
"The car business has
changed considerably,
and I'm even more
equipped that ever to
give you the best possi-
ble deal.
"My motto was and
still is: 'everybody rides
with Tennis Shoes"', he
said.
Kennedy added to
"stop by, or call me to-
day; and, let me take you
off your feet and in a
seat."


Hopewell Baptist
Ohurh of the2Mor Union

Road, Live Oak, FL will
have a Men's Day program
on November 20, 2011 at 3
p.m.. Every is invited to
come and enjoy the after-
noon with us. Rev. Alvin
Gandy is pastor.


Nov. 21, the New Na-
s the annual Community
Thanksgiving service. Tim
Carver, pastor of the First
Advent Christian Church,
will be the speaker. Music
will be provided by a praise
team composed of mem-


bers from four local con-
g egatin nond teTSuwnn

vice will begin at 7 p.m.
The Church is located at
8283 105th Rd, Live Oak,
just S. of 136 E. Pastor
Tommy Jefferson is the
host pastor. Ray Kelley
386-209-1614.


WHAT:
WHEN:


WHERE:


REIAY FOR LIFE COMMUNITY FUNDRAISER
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2011
10:oo AM~ TO 2:OO PM~
BBQ RIB DINNERS $7
11936 BASS RD., LIVE OAK, FL 32060
GUNS & AMMO PROVIDED


Fletcher receives Mayor's

COmmunity Service Award


Sell your unwanted gold and silver

A SHS band booster fundraiser





NOTICE OF OPENING OF THE 2011

TAX ROLL FOR COLLECTIONS

CHAPTER 197.122 FLORIDA STATUTES PROVIDES IN PART: ALL OWNERS OF PROPERTY
SHALL BE HELD TO KNOW THAT TAXES ARE DUE AND PAYABLE ANNUALLY AND ARE
CHARGED WITH THE DUTY OF ASCERTAINING, THE AMOUNT OF CURRENT OR
DELINQUENT TAXES AND PAYING THEM BEFORE APRIL1i, OF THE YEAR FOLLOWING
THE YEAR IN WHICH TAXES ARE ASSESSED.

UNDER CHAPTER 197.322 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE TAX ROLLS ARE NOW
OPEN FOR PAYMENT OF 2011 SUWANNEE COUNTY AN D MUN ICI PAL AD VALOREM TAXES
AND NON AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS.
PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE SUWANNEE COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE,
LOCATED AT 215 PINE AVE. SW, SUITE A, LIVE OAK.
OFFICE HOURS ARE: MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 7:30 A.M. 5:00 P.M.
PAYMENTS WILL ALSO BE ACCEPTED AT BRANFORD CITY HALL EACH 1 ST AND 3RD
TUESDAY OF THE MONTH DURING THE HOURS OF 7:00 A.M. 12:00 P.M. AND 1:00 P.M.-
3.30 P.M. PAYMENTS WILL ALSO BE ACCEPTED AT ADVENT CHRISTIAN VILLAGE E SQUARE
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE, DOWLING PART 1ST TH URSDAY OF THE MONTY FROM 9:00 A.M.
TO 4:30 P.M. CLOSED FOR LUNCH. YOU MAY ALSO VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO MAKE
PAYMENTS ON LINE OR RESEARCH TAX INFORMATION:
WWW.SUWANEECOUNTYTAX.COM

DATES IN NOVEMBER THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED: NOVEMBER
24TH & 25TH, THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY. DATES IN DECEMBER THE TAX COLLECTOR'S
OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED: DECEMBER 23RD & 26TH, CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY. JANUARY 2'",
NEW YEAR'S HOLIDAY AND JANUARY 16TH, MARTIN LUTHER KING HOLIDAY.

DISCOUNTS ARE ALLOWED FOR EARLY PAYMENT. THEREOF SHALL BE THE RATE OF 4%
THRU 20 DAYS FROM DATE OF MAILING; 3% FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER; 2% FOR
THE MONTH OF JANUARY; 1% FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY; TAXES PAID IN MARCH
SHALL BE WITHOUT DISCOUNT.

NOTICES HAVE BEEN MAILED TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS OR THEIR AGENTS AT THEIR
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS. PLEASE READ THE MATERIAL ENCLOSED WITH YOUR NOTICE
CAREFULLY. IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR NOTICE BY NOVEMBER 22ND PLEASED
NOTIFY THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE AT (386)364-3440.


TO: THE TAXPAYER OF SUWANNEE COUNTY

TAXES ARE LEVIED EACH YEAR BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, THE
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION AND OTHER ELECTED OFFICIALS OF VARIOUS
SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICTS FOR THE COUNTY. MILLAGE RATES ARE SET TO MEET THE
BUDGET REQUIREMENTS OF THE VARIOUS TAXING AUTHORITIES.

QUESTIONS REGARDING MILLAGE RATES: CONTACT THE TAXING DISTRICTS. THEIR
TELEPHONE NUMBERS ARE LISTED BELOW.

TAXING AUTHORITIES RESPONSIBLE FOR MILLAGE RATES:

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 364-3450
SUWANNEE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD (STATE) 674-4600
SUWANNEE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD (LOCAL) 674-4600
TOWN OF BRANFORD 935-1146
CITY OF LIVE OAK 362-2276
SUWANNEE RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT 362-1001

QUESTIONS REGARDING ASSESSED VALUE AND EXEMPTIONS: THESE SHOULD BE
DIRECTED TO THE PROPERTY APPRAISER, PLEASE CALL (386) 362-1385.

QUESTIONS REGARDING OWNERSHIP OR ADDRESS ON TAX BILL: THESE SHOULD BE
DIRECTED TO THE PROPERTY APPRAISER, PLEASE CALL (386) 362-1385.

QUESTIONS REGARDING THE COLLECTION OF AD-VALOREM TAXES AND NON-AD
VALOREM ASSESSMENTS: PLEASE CALL (386) 364-3440.

QUESTIONS REGARDING PARTIAL PAYMENT CONTACT SUWANNEE COUNTY TAX
COLLECTOR FOR MORE INFORMATION: (386) 364-3440.


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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2011


PAG E 5A


Darlene Gamble
Nov. 23, 1957
Nov. 14, 2011

arlene Gamble,
53, Live Oak,
Fla. passed away
on Monday, Nov. 14, 2011
after a long illness. The
lifelong resident of Live
Oak worked at Lowe's
Home Improvement Ware-
house for six years and was
a member of Westwood
Baptist Church. She is sur-
vived by her mother: Eliza-
beth Bass, Live Oak, Fla.;
two sons: Ricky & Shae
Gamble, Live Oak, Fla.,
Chad Gamble, Live Oak,
Fla.; two brothers: Drew &
Renee Bass, Live Oak, Fla.,
Fletcher Bass, Jacksonville,
Fla.; two grandchildren:
Dawson Gamble and Han-
nah Gamble. Graveside ser-
vices will be held at 11 a.m.
Thursday, Nov. 17 at Mace-
donia Cemetery with Dr.
Jimmy Deas officiating.
Daniels Funeral Homes
& Crematory, Inc., of Live
Oak and Branford, FL in
charge of arrangements.









Dorothy Vireen Pepe

orothy Vireen
Oelen, F87.

p~a sed 2 lon Saturday,
neral Homes & Crematory,
Inc., Live Oak & Branford,
Fl.


Arthur Pitts

rthur Pitts, 94,
died Oct. 19,
2011. Graveside
was in Lakeland, Fla. on
Oct. 21, 2011.
Memorial service Friday,
Nov. 18, at 11 a.m. at
Pleasant Hill Baptist
Church, McAlpin, Fla.
Gentry-Morrison Funeral
Home, Lakeland, Fla.


William Sanford
Nimmons Sr.

illiam Sanford
Nmons Sr.,
75, died Satur-
day, Nov. 12, 2011. Beyers
Funeral Home and Crema-
tory, Leesburg, FL.


Jessie J. Saunders
Jan.26,1943
Nov. 13, 2011


ng se rv ice,


dig going
make sure there are no utility lines within
the excavation area.
According to Todd Hunt of
OMI/CH2MHill, "This is to help insure
that damage does not incur. ... It is a free
service to the citizens, and in an emer-
gency we can respond somebody out there
pretty quickly to make sure that utilities,
along with power and telephone and cable
don't get damaged."
There is no recommended depth Hunt
said, "if you stick a shovel in your ground
in your property, the best result is for you
to ask for us to locate the utilities."


LAST CHANCE SALE: "
We will be closing the door Dec. 31, 2011i,
so come by and take advantage of the
great deals! Now is the perfect time to
stock up for all your quilting needs.
We want to say a special "Thank You" to
all Patrons that have visited us!
Alton & JoAnn Scott &
Lee Ann Coleman, Owners


9essie J. Saunders,
168, Wellborn, Fla.
passed away on
Sunday, Nov. 13, 2011. She
is survived by her three
step-daughters: Teresa
mays, Huntsville, Ala.;
Karen Witney, Huntsville,
Ala.; Kathy Saunders, At-
lanta, Ga.; three sons: Roy
Jessie Peterson, Live Oak,
Fla., Randall Justin Peter-
son, Robin Thompson, Tal-
lahassee, Fla.; one sister:
Mary Fitts, Melrose, Fla.;
one brother: John W.
Brooks, Live Oak, Fla. and
three grandchildren.
Graveside services will be
held at 2 p.m. on Wednes-
day, Nov. 16 at Live Oak
Cemetery with Rev. Tim
Carver officiating. Visita-
tion was held on Tuesday,
Nov. 15 from 5-7 p.m. at
Daniels Funeral Homes in
Live Oak.
Daniels Funeral Homes
& Crematory, Inc., of Live
Oak and Branford, FL in
charge of arrangements.


Richard "Dickie"
Grayson Odom Sr.
July 14, 1950
Nov. 8, 2011

Richard "Dickie"
Grayson Odom
Sr., passed away
after an extended illness.
He is survived by the love
of his life, Rose Griffis
Odom, as well as his
beloved mother, Doris J.
Odom. Children: Richard
G. Odom Jr. (Julie) Ard-
more, Al, Jarrett D. Odom,
Lake City; Stephanie Odom
Wattles, Branford; Chad
Griffis, Raiford, Jeremy
Griffis, Raiford; Brothers
and sister H.D. "Doug"
Odom, Jr. (Candy), Sumter,
S.C.; David F. Odom (Lor-
raine), Lloyd, Fla.; and De-
bra Odom (Khrys), White
Springs, Fla. Grandchildren
Derek and Laura Odom, as
well as the extended family
of John D. and Sarah Odom
(grandparents). He is pre-
ceded in death by his father,
H.D. "Doug" Odom Sr. The
Vernon Griffis (Raiford,
Fla.) family is his loved
second family.
Richard lived the majori-
ty of his life in Columbia
County. He graduated from
CHS in 1969 and continued

hiled cation e LCC a c


beacme vctin euctao
tional teacher at CHS, and
also at the Department of
Corrections. He helped
many with life and job
skills through his work. He
went on to a long career
with the Department of
Corrections, most recently
serving at Maintenance Su-
perintendent at Suwannee
Correctional Institute, Live
Oak, where the welfare of
his coworkers and quality
of service was always a pri-
ority for him.
His greatest joys were his
wife, Rose, his mother, his
children and grandchildren.
Tarpon fishing and turkey
hunting with his family
were two of his most fa-
vorite things. He possessed
a special talent creating
carvings from old fat
lighter knots and making
exquisite turkey calls from
wing bones.
Memorial service was
held at Gateway Forest
Lawn, 3596 S. US HWY
441, Lake City, FL 32025
(386.752.1954) Saturday,
Nov.12, 2011 at 11 a.m.
Memorial donations are re-
quested in lieu of flowers to
Haven Hospice, 618 SW
Florida Gateway Blvd,
Lake City, FL 32024.


Victoria Knoth Baxley
July 23, 1951
Nov. 10, 2011

ictoria Knoth
IBaxley, of Live
SOak, Florid,a for-
merly of Long Island, New
York.
Loving wife of Robert
Wayne Baxley for 35 years.
Devoted mother to Robert
Angelo, Shawn Baxley,
Renee Terry, Michael
Wayne Baxley Sr. and the
late Robert Andrew Baxley.
Beloved daughter of the
late Frank and Mary Knoth,
Cherished sister of Frank
Knoth, William Knoth,
Karl Knoth, Keith Knoth'
Toni Knoth Locascio and
the late Candice Knoth.
Proud grandmother to 11
and great grandmother of
one.
A memorial service will
be held on Saturday, Nov.
19, 2011 at 1 p.m. at Hope-
ful Baptist Church 289 S.E.
Hopeful Drive, Lake City,
Florida 32025. Arrange-
ments entrusted to Ocoee
Family Funeral Home and
Cremation Chapel. 407-
656-3079.


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call be fore

By Misty A. Ward
misty.ward@gaflnews .com

The Sunshine State One Call, 811, is
there for anyone in Suwannee County, and
the state of Florida to call before digging.
According to Florida law, "anyone plan-
ning excavation on public right-of-way,
gas easement or private property to notify
the owner/operator of the natural gas sys-
tem a least two full business days before
excavation."
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According to CBS News, "the
number of people in the U.S. liv-
ing in poverty in 2010 rose for the
fourth year in a row, representing
the largest number of Americans in
poverty in the 52 years since such
estimates have been published by
the U.S. Census Bureau." MSNBC
said, "The U.S. poverty rate re-
mains among the highest in the de-
veloped world." Let's look at a few


lined over the study period."
These findings confirm previous
studies dating back to the 1960s
reaching the same conclusion,
namely: At different periods of
time, different people occupy dif-
ferent income groups, but the
overall trend is upward.
What about the concentration
of wealth? In 1918, John D.
Rockefeller's fontune accounted


MYRAC. REGAN JEFF WATERS
Publisher Editor
Members of the Suwannee Democrat editorial board
are Myra C. Regan, publisher, and Jeff Waters,
editor. Our Viewis formed by that board.


Ed itorial objectives
for 2011
I~1. End prohibition on liquor
2. Install a County Manager
l/3. Take public control of Dowling House
4. Reduce duplication of effort by
city/county offices and agencies
5. Continue progress on Perimeter Road





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By Jitn Holmes
Over the centuries, we have had plenty of pre-
dictions that the world was about to come to an
end. And 2011 will probably go down as some
type of a banner year for those prophecies,
thanks largely to radio preacher Harold Camp-
ing, whose broadcast empire reportedly spent
somewhere north of $100 million to promote his
belief that the world would end on May 21.
Oops! Make that date, Oct. 21.
Wait a minute! Mr. Camping will have to get
back to us on that.
At any rate, I'd like to tell you about a No-
vember night 178-years ago when a ton of folks,
including those here in North Florida, feared the
end of the world was either here...or at least im-
minent. And golly, by the standards of the day,
they had a pretty good reason to think that way.
Nov. 11, 1833 started out like any other day in
the U.S. Andrew Jackson was in the White
House, probably still savoring the advanced
technoll~l~r, thrill of his life. You see, a little ear-
lier that year, he had become the first U.S. Pres-
ident to take a train ride....reaching the breath-
taking speed of about 15 miles per hour. As for
the rest of us?, Well, it was a Monday, meaning
that for most, it was the start of another week of
back-breaking labor...probably on the family
farm.
It was that evening, after the sun set, that
something strange happened. Folks noticed an
unusual number of falling stars. Now, falling
stars were not unheard of, but so many!? Odd!
The following night however, the "odd" be-
came the "scary." Witnesses at the time estimate
that every hour, between 100,000 and 200,000
shooting stars were being seen in the skies of the
United States. Amazing! It would have been
similar to standing in the middle of a modern,
non-stop fireworks display.
Apparently---due to crystal clear skies and
pitch black conditions--the atmospheric show
was particularly spectacular in this part of the
world. We believe that to be the case, because of
an 1889 woodprint prepared for a 7th Day Ad-
ventist Church publication, purporting to show
North Florida's skies during the meteor storm. If
an accurate depiction---and it agrees with other
drawings from the period---you can certainly un-
derstand why thousands of folks back then be-
lieved the end of the world was at hand. Reports
of the day tell of people gathering in various lo-
cations---even the streets---to pray for the for-
giveness of their sins.
Of course, our knowledge of the universe to-
day is not only much greater, but also it has been
publicly disseminated far more widely than in
1833. So we know that what our forefathers saw
was a particularly magnificent display---perhaps
the best ever---of the annual Leonids Meteor
Shower.
If you've never seen the Leonids firsthand, it
is worth the effort...and this year unfortunately
there will be considerable effort required. While
the peak of the meteor storm will be early to-
morrow, due to various atmospheric issues it
won't be particularly easy to see. The experts
recommend you get up before dawn and find a
dark location, away from lighted urban areas.
And although there may no longer be any
m stery in what you'll witness,a tat predawn sky

Jitn lives in Live Oak.


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To The Editor, Suwannee Democrat,
PO Box 370, Live Oak, FL 32064.
Please include your full name, address and
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for more than half of 1 percent of
total private wealth. To compile the same half of 1 percent
of the total private wealth in the United States today, you'd
have to combine the fortunes of Microsoft's Bill Gates ($59
billion) and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg ($19 bil-
lion), but with 10 other multibillionaires in between.
Our congressionally caused recession has indeed caused
needless hardship for many Americans, but the big poverty
and income stagnation hype is part and parcel of an agenda
to make us more accepting of politicians getting their hands
deeper into our pocketbooks in the name of helping the
poor.
Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at G. I *.
IMason University: To find out more about Walter E.
Williams and read features by' other Creators Syndicate
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Dear Editor,
A question of curiosity. If you look closely at the
sign on US 90 at the state correctional facility east of
town, the following phrase appears: "WE NEVER
WALK ALONE." I'm not sure what this means. Does
it mean that, as a prisoner there, I never walk that I'm
not accompanied by a correctional officer?, Or that, as
a correctional officer, I am always accompanying the
inmates, no matter when or where they are going to
insure that they don't escape? Or, as a correctional of-
ficer, I am always walking with another officer for our
protection? I'm sure that there is some heartfelt con-
tent intended but the implication (please pardon the
pun,) escapes me. Perhaps everyone else knows this
and I just missed the meeting but,do you know the an-
swer or can you find out?,
Steve Johnson
Live Oak
A....-lil,.* to Florida Department of Corrections
spokeswoman Gretl Pl. ...il,... I: the motto "We Never
Walk Alone was established by' former Secretary of
Corvections Walter A. IMcNeil.
"It's for employees, it means we all face our chal-
1, n.. .;,.. 1, it,. .." Pl. ...il, -. I stated.
IMcNeil was named searetari' in January 2008 be-
fore '. in.* replaced by' Governor Rick Scott earlier
this year with Kenneth S. Tucker
Editor


poverty facts.
Heritagre Foundation researchers Dr. Robert Rector and
Rachel Sheffield laid out some facts about the poor in their
report "Understanding Poverty in the United States: Sur-
prising Facts About America's Poor" (9/13/2011). Eighty
percent of poor households have air conditioning. Nearly
three-fourths have a car or truck, and 31 percent have two
or more. Two-thirds have cable or satellite TV. Half have
one or more computers. Forty-two percent own their
homes. The average poor American has more living space
than the typical non-poor person in Sweden, France or the
U.K. Ninety-six percent of poor parents stated that their
children were never hungry during the year because they
couldn't afford food.
"The Material Well-Being of the Poor and the Middle
Class Since 1980" (10/25/2011) is a research paper by pro-
fessor Bruce D. Meyer of the University of Chicago and
The National Bureau of Economic Research and professor
James X. Sullivan of the University of Notre Dame. In it
they report: "Our results show evidence of considerable im-
provement in material well-being for both the middle class
and the poor over the past three decades. Median income
and consumption both rose by more than 50 percent in real
terms between 1980 and 2009. In addition, the middle 20
percent of the income distribution experienced noticeable
improvements in housing characteristics: living units be-
came bigger and much more likely to have air conditioning
and other features. The quality of the cars these families
own also improved considerably. Similarly, we find strong
evidence of improvement in the material well-being of
poor families."
The grim official measures of poverty or income stagna-
tion reported are the result of a number of biases that un-
derstate well-being, such as relying exclusively on narrow
income measures that do not reflect all the resources avail-
able to the household for consumption. Income measures
fail to capture important components of economic well-be-
ing, such as wealth and the ownership of durables, e.g.,
houses and cars. For example, official measures would con-
sider a retired couple who owned their car and mortgage-
free $700,000 home and lived on $20,000 savings to be
poor. Clearly, their income does not reflect their material
well-being.
"Income Mobility in the U.S. from 1996 to 2005"
(11/13/2007) is a report by the U.S. Department of the
Treasury that shows considerable income mobility of indi-
viduals in the U.S. economy. "Roughly half of taxpayers
who began in the bottom income quintile in 1996 moved up
to a higher income group by 2005. Among those with the
very highest incomes in 1996 -- the top 1/100 of 1 percent
-- only 25 percent remained in this group in 2005. More-
over, the median real income of these top taxpayers de-


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The Branford Library is
hosting bi-monthly events
for the whole family. One
of the two events monthly
is a craft project while the
other ranges from movies to
exercise.
Debbie French will be
doing a presentation on
Hospice care on Nov. 21.
The Dec. 5 project will be
seasonally themed Rudolph
light bulbs. The final activi-
ty for the year will be Zum-
ba on the Xbox on Dec. 19.
All classes are on Mon-
day nights from 6 to 7:30

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On Nov. 24, Thanks-
giving day, the men's
fellowship of O'Brien
Baptist Church pro-
vides a free communi-
ty Thanksgiving dinner
from 12 p.m. until 3:30
p.m. Dinner will con-
sist of traditional
meats, vegetables and
desserts in a friendly,
festive atmosphere.
Transportation and
delivery provided in
southern Suwannee
County.
We are located one
block west of the
flashing light in
O'Brien.
Remember, no
charge and no offer-
ings. Everyone is wel-
come.
For more informa-
tion, please call 386-
935-3603.
Thanks,
Ton? Rumbaugh,
director, nien's
fellowship.


Saturday
The Branford Area Inter Church Min-
istries is hosting its annual Community
Thanksgiving Dinner on Saturday, Nov.
19 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Hatch
Park Community Center in Branford.
The meal will be a traditional
Thanksgiving Dinner with turkey,
dressing, gravy, green beans, cranberry
sauce, plus much more, and dessert.
This is a community celebration, all are
welcome to come and enjoy this free
meal.
Sunday
Also on Sunday, Nov. 20, the Bran-


ford Area Inter Church Ministries will
have the annual Community Thanksgiv-
ing Service at First Baptist Church of
Branford at 6 p.m., with Rev. Dan
Main, pastor of the First Baptist Church
of Branford as the speaker. The special
music will be provided by the First
Baptist Church of Branford. Come and
celebrate the goodness of our God in
Branford at these two special events.
Offerings will be received at each
event to benefit the ongoing work of
Branford Area Inter Church Ministries
in the area as they reach out to those in
need.


Metro photo


Cub Scout Pack 570 and Boy
Scout Troop 570 conducted an
American flag retirement cere-
mony at Hatch Park in Bran-


ford, on Veterans Day last
week.
The scouts retired 44 flags.
They would like to thank the


Town of Branford, Branford
Fire Department, Pastor Bruce
Arnold and the veterans in at-
tendance.


For more information or to
donate flags to retire please
contact Crystal 386-688-3469
or Holli 386-935-0022.


The holiday season is approaching
and we already have several children's
names on the request list. The Toys for
Kids project provides toys and clothes
for the children of the Branford,
O'Brien and McAlpin areas.
Over the past decade generous and
loving folks of our area have helped us
fulfill the Christmas wishes of needy
children that might not otherwise have
had a Christmas.
Many of the families have requested
food, blankets and shoes. One young
man has requested a guitar, however


our budget will not allow us to spend
that amount on one child. If someone
has a used guitar that they will be will-
ing to donate, it would be greatly ap-
preciated.
Should you know of a child that
needs help, you may call Roger Burn-
side at 386-935-3343. You may drop
off your donations at the Branford
Town Hall, O'Brien Feed and Hard-
ware store or at 25241 SR 247 in
O'Brien.
No donation is too small and all will
be greatly appreciated.


The 44 American Flags the scouts retired at the ceremony on
Veteran's Day last Friday at Hatch Park in Branford.


Two of the scouts performing the flag retirement ceremony.


Activities:

* Booths open 12 noon-9pm at Hatch Park
Food, Crafts, children's rides, train ride, photos with Santa,
Petting loo, Live Musical Entertainment-


*Christmas Parade 6 pm
Line up at 5 pm at BHS Football Field
Prizes will be awarded to the best floats which keep
to the theme "Keeping Christ in Christmas".
Floats must have a number to qualify for prizes.
1"-$300
2nd-$200
3rd-$100


For more information please contact the following individuals:
Booth registration- Mamie Jackson 935-9121
Entertainment-- Bruce Arnold 935-0723
Parade- Jim Hollis 294-2689


Arrests ......................2A
Legal Notices ............4B
Obituaries..................5A
Sports ......................1 B
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Convention in Indianapo
Drew Land of judges with a display exhibits with 607 partici-
and a report. Students in pants attended the 2011
Drew Land of the the Environmental Science Agriscience Fair.
Suwannee Senior FFA area studied areas such as The National FFA Orga-
Chapter in Florida was one pollution sources and their nization, formerly known
of 25 participants from control. This could range as the Future Farmers of
across the country in the from research on water America, is a national
National FFA Agriscience quality to agricultural youth organization of
Fair Environmental Sci- chemical impact on water 540,739 student members
ence: Division 2 event. The quality to impact of crop- all preparing for leader-
event was held in conjunc- ping practices on wildlife ship and careers in the sci-
tion with the 84th National populations and more. ence, business and technol-
FFA Convention in Indi- The 2011 Agriscience ogy of agriculture as part
anapolis, Ind. The student's Fair awards were presented of 7,487 local FFA chapters
project, titled "Solar Dis- onstage during the seventh in all 50 states, Puerto Rico
tiller Equals Purified Wa- general session at the 84th and the Virgin Islands.Thne
ter," was led by advisor De National FFA Convention. National FFA Organization
Brougrhton and was award- Winners of the agriscience changed to its present
ed a Silver emblem. fair receive $350 for 1st name in 1988, in recogni-
Participants conducted a place, $200 for 2nd place tion of the growth and di-


and $100 for 3rd place.
The agriscience fair is
sponsored by Cargill and
Syngenta as a special pro-
ject of the National FFA
Foundation. A total of 434


scientific research project
pertaining to the agricul-
ture and food science in-
dustries, and they present-
ed their findings to a panel


Ben Glass


ability to perform effectively
throughout the entire job application
process. The participants prepare a
resume, cover letter and complete a
written application. They also partic-
ipate in phone, one-on-one and panel
job interviews as part of the compe-
tition.
The event, held at the Crowne
Plaza Hotel in Indianapolis, Ind., is
one of many educational activities at
the national FFA convention in
which FFA members practice the
lessons learned in agricultural educa-
tion classes.
The National FFA Organization,
formerly known as the Future Farm-
ers of America, is a national youth
organization of 523,309 student
members all preparing for leader-
ship and careers in the science, busi-


ness and techindll ~lg of agriculture -
as part of 7,487 local FFA chapters in
all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the Vir-
gin Islands. The National FFA Orga-
nization changed to its present name
in 1988, in recognition of the growth
and diversity of agriculture and agri-
cultural education. The 84th Nation-
al FFA Convention is held Oct. 19-
22, 2011 in Indianapolis, Ind., and
draws 50,000-plus FFA members,
advisors and guests from across the
country. The FFA mission is to make
a positive difference in the lives of
students by developing their poten-
tial for premier leadership, personal
growth and career success through
agricultural education. Visit
www.ffa.org for more information
and follow us on Facebook, and
Twitter and FFA Nation.


Ben Glass of the Suwannee Senior
FFA Chapter in Florida was one of
43 participants in the National FFA
Job Interview Career Development
Event (CDE). The event was held in
conjunction with the 84th National
FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind.
The participant, led by advisor
Travis Tuten, was awarded a Silver
emblem.
The top four individuals will re-
ceive scholarships to further their ed-
ucation at a post-secondary institu-
tion of their choice. The scholarships
and the job interview event are spon-
sored by CSX Transportation of
Jacksonville, Florida.
The job interview CDE is a com-
petitive activity that tests student's


Courtesy photos


Caleb Land

Caleb Land of the
Suwannee Middle School
FFA Chapter in Florida
was one of 23 participants
from across the country in
the National FFA Agri-


science Fair Environmen-
tal Science: Division 1
event. The event was held
in conjunction with the
84th National FFA Con-
vention in Indianapolis,
Ind. The student's project,
titled "Evapotranspira-


tion: which mulch makes the
grade?," was led by advisor Anne
Etcher and was awarded a Gold em-
blem.
Participants conducted a scientific
research project pertaining to the
agriculture and food science indus-
tries, and they presented their find-
ings to a panel of judges with a dis-
play and a report. Students in the
Environmental Science area studied
areas such as pollution sources and
their control. This could range from
research on water quality to agricul-
tural chemical impact on water qual-
ity to impact of cropping practices
on wildlife populations and more.
The 2011 Agriscience Fair awards
were presented onstage during the


seventh general session at the 84th
National FFA Convention. Winners
of the agriscience fair receive $350
for 1st place, $200 for 2nd place and
$100 for 3rd place.
The agriscience fair is sponsored
by Cargill and Syngenta as a special
project of the National FFA Founda-
tion. A total of 434 exhibits with 607
participants attended the 2011 Agri-
science Fair.
The National FFA Organization,
formerly known as the Future Farm-
ers of America, is a national youth
organization of 540,739 student
members all preparing for leader-
ship and careers in the science, busi-
ness and tchin-hllllg. of agriculture -
as part of 7,487 local FFA chapters


in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the
Virgrin Islands. The National FFA
Organization changed to its present
name in 1988, in recognition of the
growth and diversity of agriculture
and agricultural education. The 84th
National FFA Convention is held
Oct. 19-22, 2011 in Indianapolis,
Ind., and will draw 50,000-plus FFA
members, advisors and guests from
across the country. The FFA mission
is to make a positive difference in
the lives of students by developing
their potential for premier leader-
ship, personal growth and career
success through agricultural educa-
tion. Visit www.ffa.org for more in-
formation and follow us on Face-
book, and Twitter and FFA Nation.


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and guests from across the
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ence in the lives of students
by developing their poten-
tial for premier leadership,
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For May White, living at
Advent Christian Village is
just like coming home. She
had become acquainted
With the Village community
long before she moved_
there. She had visited many *
times when her parents and
her grandmother lived ..
there. When she moved to
Dowling Park in 1994, she
became the first third gen-
eration member of Advent
Christian Village. Her
grandmother and her par-
ents were members of ACV
beginning in 1974.
The whole family origi-
nally came from the Cleve-
land, Ohio area. Her grand-
mother, Mary S. (Millie)
Eato and her husband had
moved to south Florida in
1949. May's parents,
George & Virginia Marble,
sold their home and moved
from Cleveland to Puerto -
Rico when George was
made a Vice President of
Standard Oil. They lived
there for three years. When
he retired, they returned to
the contiguous United
States, but chose not to buy
another house, instead pur- "..,f
chasing a travel trailer so

co"try T'hecy spntsecost --.
the year in Lake Worth, George and Virginia Marble
F orda bu taeed north

They met Roy & Iva De-
Coff at the campground in
Lake Worth. The DeCoff's
were long-time members of F
the Advent Christian
Church, and spent time at
Advent Christian Villagre
whenever they could. They
became members of ACV
as soon as they reached the
appropriate age. While in
Lake Worth, the two cou-
ples became friends and
even traveled together fre- .
quently. On one such trip,
the DeCoffs introduced the
Marbles to their northern
retreat at Alton Bay, NH,
which is the home of an
Advent Christian Confer-
ence Center. They returned ., ,
there several times.
In September 1974, dur- May White


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worker, local senior center, financial professionals and
trust departments. The type of assistance they need and the
complexity of their financial dealings should determine
whom to seek for assistance. If they only need someone to
pay their bills and reconcile their bank account, they will
probably not need someone with special skills, whereas
someone with a complex stock and bonds portfolio would.
Do not try to handle such complex matters yourself if you
have no training or experience with them.
As you look for assistance in managing financial affairs,
there are several considerations.
What experience does the individual have in financial
matters and in assisting others with their financial affairs?
If an individual believes that just because they still have
checks in their checkbooks they still have money in their
bank account, you may not want them involved in your
parent's finances. You should match your parent's needs
with the experience and capabilities of those willing to as-
sist them.
Do you and your parent trust the individual or organiza-
tion with your parent's retirement funds? As stated earlier,
your parents have spent a lifetime accumulating them and
it would be tragic if the funds were not available when
they need them. It is important that they do not feel pres-
sured into letting someone assist them with their finances
that they do not feel comfortable with.
Will the individual or organization follow their beliefs
and ideals in the use and disbursement of their funds?, If
they wish to continue their history of contributing to their
church or a charitable organization, will their wishes be
met?, If they have a conservative investment philosophy,
will future investments follow this philosophy?,
Is the cost, if any, of the services provided appropriate?,
Are the charges or fees in line with the complexity of their
situation?
Ask any professional (or volunteer for that matter) if are
they willing to put in writing the services to be provided,
the cost or fees for the services provided and the responsi-
bilities of your parents and the provider. A written en-
gagement or responsibility letter goes a long way to avoid
misunderstandings later.
It is wise to consider making contingent arrangements
prior to the time the service is needed and to meet with the
individual or organization to discuss the situation, which
helps to avoid any confusion when assistance is needed. It
is important to keep family members apprised of the plan
in order to avoid any strained moments later.
Finally, remember these are your parent's retirement
funds. After the security of their finances, their peace of
mind is most important. They need to be satisfied with the
decisions made and not feel pressured by others.

About the Author:
As a CPA and Financial Plannel; Jim Davis heads an
accounting and financial plannl~il,:- firm ... Ia in individt-
als, nonprofits and other businesses, in.. In./ill:- external
Chief Financial Officer Services and pmre ~iding ......n,~ itil..
services to nonprofits for current and planned .*il il,.* In
addition, he has served as Vice President of Financial Ser-
vie and iC s curnd) al geetbe o the Boaddsoft Di ctrS

on financial issues for more than 25 >'ears. He maintains
office hours at ACV each week. He and his wife Wendy'
have two daughters, IMonica and Tany'a, and live in Talla-
hassee, Florida.


By Jim Davis, Certified Public Accountant


For most senior adults, the ability to manage their own
financial affairs is one of the last symbols of their inde-
pendence. The inability to stay on top of things financial-
ly is often one of the casualties of aging. It is crucial that
family members step in when they recognize that their
loved ones are struggling to manage their own finances,
but it is a sensitive topic. Most senior adults grew up be-
lieving that they should not discuss their finances with
anyoneaven their children. If you will begin discussing
the subject early and be sensitive to their feelings, the tran-
sition will be much smoother.
Once it becomes obvious to you that assistance is need-
ed, what steps should you take?, Your parents have spent a
lifetime accumulating their retirement assets and it is im-
portant that these funds are protected so that they are
available for their current and future needs. From the out-
set, be sure to include your parents in the discussion of the
handling of their finances, and do not try to decide every-
thing for them. An exception to this is in the case of ad-
vanced dementia.
It is important to have a complete picture of your par-
ent's finances. Compile a list of all accounts, bills, insur-
ance policies, investments, income and the location of safe
deposit boxes, etc. If your parents are not willing to share
this information with you, at least ask them to compile
such a list and let you know where you can find it in case
of an emergency. Make certain that their will is up-to-date
and that they have medical advance directives, a living
will and healthcare surrogates. Encourage them to name a
Deundeble o of At orny,l whc isnvial wh n eledsrly
What if your parents will not agree to let you help or to
give you access to their financial information?, Maybe
they would allow someone else to step in. Assistance can
also be provided by friends, a case manager or social


Continued From Page 10A

ing their return trip to Florida, George suffered a heart at-
tack and was hospitalized. After a couple of weeks of re-
cuperation, the doctor told him he could travel, but could
not drive. Roy DeCoff left his job in Lake Worth to help
drive them home. He took over planning their itinerary
also, and planned an overnight stop at Tresca Park, ACV's
RV Park.
While there, Roy saw to it that the Marbles received a
proper introduction to Advent Christian Village. ACV
President, Pomeroy Carter gave them a tour of the brand
new mid-rise apartment building--Dowling House. In
1974, it was brand new and several apartments were still
available. They were duly impressed and took home three
applications for residency, one for each of them and one
for Millie Eato.
What drew them to ACV was the fact that there were no
entry fees and medical care that George would now be
needing was offered on site. They moved into Dowling
House in December 1974 and soon became actively in-
volved in the community.
Millie did a lot of knitting and crocheting of items that
were sold at the Rustic Shop. She continued that until her
death 3 years later. Virginia was on the Arts & Crafts com-
mittee and volunteered in the shops. She also sent greet-
ing cards to all the residents and staff members on their
birthdays and holidays. George was a jack-of-all-trades
that volunteered in many areas at ACV. He also helped
people on an individual basis--even helping a stroke vic-
tim walk again.
The Marbles worked many volunteer hours and were


eager participants in Village events and in the Village
Church. When their health declined, they moved into as-
sisted living at Dacier Manor and enjoyed life there as
well. George later moved to Good Samaritan Center due
to health issues. They lived at ACV for 18 years, and gave
themselves in service to the community as long as they
were able.
May had also lived in Ohio, and when she saw the
lifestyle that her family lived at Advent Christian Village,
she wanted to live there too. About a year after the death
of her parents, everything lined up and she moved to
Dowling Park. That was in September of 1994. She says,
"Why would I live anywhere else?, I figured I was young,
and I could help pay back some of what had been done for
my parents at ACV." She now lives in Dowling House,
too, just one floor down from the apartment that her par-
ents called home.
May says, "I keep looking for more third generation
members, but so far, I'm the only one. There are others
that will be one day; they just aren't quite old enough
yet."
May bought a new car before moving in, so that she
could use it to offer people rides to appointments or to go
shopping. She continues to do that for her friends to this
day. She enjoys children, so she teaches Sunday School
and participates in the Pal Program at the Village Church,
which pairs each child with a senior adult. She volun-
teered at Good Samaritan Center for many years (as her
father had) and has held several other volunteer positions
over the years as well. She has continued her family'S
legacy of volunteerism. She enjoys making a difference
and faithfully serving others.


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Continued From Page 1A

ic Director Hunter Aber-
crombie and discussing the
matter with Spears, he has
decided not to renew the
head coaching contract
with Spears beyond this
season.
"This decision was based
on performance and results
of the overall football pro-
gram," Roush stated in a


press release. "Coach
Spears has agreed to help
and assist in the transition
efforts that will be forth-
coming and to work to en-
sure that the best interest of
the student athletes is kept
first and foremost in
mind."
Roush maintains the re-
lationship among himself,
Abercrombie and Spears is
completely focused on


what is best for the student
athletes at SHS and re-
mains collegial.
"I am grateful to head
coach Spears for the dedi-
cation and commitment he
has shown to our program
and to the community of
Live Oak over the past two
seasons," Roush stated.
"His energy and enthusi-
asm for working with
young people has been


well recognized. We wish
coach Spears all the best in
his future endeavors."
Spears said he didn't ac-
complish what he was
hired to do.
"I was hired to win foot-
ball games and we didn't
win enough games," he
said by phone Monday.
Spears said he will be
staying in Suwannee Coun-
ty "for the time being. We


like it here."
According to Roush, he
and Abercrombie will im-
mediately advertise for
the position of head foot-
ball coach at SHS. They
will personally oversee
the review of applications
and conduct the inter-


views over the upcoming
weeks, in hopes of recom-
mending a new candidate
for hire to the superinten-
dent and school board for
approval.
The Suwannee Bulldogs
football season ended 1-9.
The 2010 record was 4-6.


,ing, sexual


charges
Hemnando, Fla, but lived
with relatives at his
Suwannee County home.
On the morning of Nov.
3, Maxfield forced his vic-
tim to drive him to the
Suwannee County home.
"She was in severe pain,
but was told not to speak
the entire trip," Tierney
said. "Maxfield continued
to punch her during the
drive to his residence. She
was then permitted to dri-
ve back home."
The incident was not re-
ported until Nov. 5, ac-
cording to the Citrus
County Sheriff's Office.
When detectives first in-
terviewed the victim, they
said her extreme pain was
obvious and she had diffi-

culI thn ksh was simply
in too much emotional and
physical pain to go
through the motions,"
Tiemey said of the delayed
report.
According to Tierney,
the detective stated this
was one of the worst cases
of this nature he has ever
worked and was amazed
by the amount of bruises
the victim suffered.
Maxfield has been
charged with sexual bat-

trdnap g a firearm and




Iwomlan




Authorities say Baskins
was detained and placed
under arrest. Kelly then
learned that Baskins had
packed her two children
into the car beneath
clothes, coolers and other
items and was attempting
to leave the premises be-
cause she had become an-
gry at her boyfriend.
Reports show that Bask-
ins admitted she was in-
toxicated. In addition to
being charged with disor-
derly intoxication and
child neglect, Baskins was
charged with possession
of drug paraphernalia and
resisting arrest without vi-
olence.


Continued From Page 1A

coaching position will not be renewed.
"After careful consideration of this
past football season and the current di-
rection of the Branford Buccaneer
football program, I have decided, after
consultation with my Athletic Director
Wade Cashwell and Assistant Princi-
pal Jimmy Wilkierson, along with a
discussion with coach Bond to not re-
new the head coaching position for
coach Bond," Thoreson stated in a
press release.
The press release was dated Nov.
14, but was released Tuesday momn-
ing. The announcement came less than
24 hours after Suwannee High School


Principal Ted Roush reported the oust-
ing of SHS head football coach Willie
Spears.
Thoreson said that Bond has agreed
to help and assist in the transitional pe-
riod to help ensure that the best inter-
est of the student athletes at BHS is
kept a priority.
"The relationship among Coach
Bond, Athletic Director Cashwell, As-
sistant Principal Wilkierson and myself
is completely focused on what is best
for the student athletes at BHS,"
Thoreson stated.
According to Thoreson, the position
of BHS head football coach will be
posted in the near future.
"It is our desire, over the next sever-


al weeks, to find our Buccaneer fami-
ly a strong head coach," Thoreson
stated.
Thoreson maintains his gratefulness
for Bond's eagerness to instill strong
morals and a hard working attitude for
the students of BHS.
"His eagerness for working with
young people on and off the field has
been well acknowledged," Thoreson
wrote.
In closing, Thoreson wished Bond
happiness and success.
During a brief interview, Bond stat-
ed that he has no plans at this time.
The record for the 2011 football
season was 2-8, after falling to Bell
Friday night.


Continued From Page 1A

Although the address is
listed as being in Lake City,
the home is actually in
southern Suwannee County.
Maxfield reportedly lived
there with family.
According to Citrus
County Sheriff's Public
Information Officer Gail
Tiemney, the incident oc-
curred on Nov. 2 when the
victim returned home from
work and found Maxfield
drinking. An argument en-
sued over messages that
Maxfield had sent from the
victim's computer and his
cell phone to other women.
During the argument
Maxfield began punching
the walls and throwing
thng arun nsde ithe

ney. Maxfield then at-
tempted to tie up his vic-
tim but she talked him out
of it.
Maxfield proceeded to
beat the victim, eventually
held a gun to her and sexu-
ally battered her, Tiemney
said. Reports show Max-
field beat the victim se-
verely, punched her repeat-
edly and placed duct tape
over her mouth.
According to Tierney,

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Continued From Page 1A

Baskins, 31, Tallahassee,
pulling a trailer behind her
vehicle with a tied dog
walking behind the trailer.
When Kelly stopped the
vehicle and made contact
with Baskins, she immedi-
ately became belligerent
and began yelling and
cursing, according to re-
ports. While speaking with
Baskins, Kelly observed a
marijuana pipe in plain
view on the vehicle seat.
When Kelly retrieved the
pipe, Baskins placed her
hand in his face and began
screaming at him, reports
show.


By Jeffry Boatright
jeff ry, boatright@gaflnews .com

A group representing the Patriot
Guard Riders assembled for the fu-
neral services of United States Air
Force Veteran, Master Sgt. Robert
Ditz on Nov. 11, at Daniels Funeral
Home in Live Oak.
The Patriot Guard Riders is a di-


verse group of riders from across
the nation. In addition to motorcy-
cling, they share an unwavering re-
spect for those who risk their very
lives for America's freedom and se-
curity.
The main mission of the Patriot
Guard Riders is to attend funeral
services of fallen American heroes
as invited guests of the family. Each


mission undertaken by the Patriot
Guard Riders has two objectives.
Their first objective is to show their
sincere respect for our fallen he-
roes, their families and their com-
munities. The second is to shield the
mourning family and friends from
interruptions created by protest
through legal and non-violent
means.


Continued From Page 1A

Royce Pittman, 52, was
driving a 1996 Kawasaki
motorcycle on US 90 East
around 12:58 a.m. when he
was hit from behind by a
1972 Ford Ranchero driven
by Rebecca Lynn Quinn,
50, Live Oak, while at-
tempting to tumn right onto
75th Drive, the road to
Camp Weed and the Cerve-
ny Conference Center en-
trance, just east of Live
Oak.
After colliding with the
rear of the bike, Quinn re-
portedly kept driving until
she was caught in Lake
City. FHP Trooper Alfred
L. Hugrhes III stated in a re-
port that Quinn was pulled
over by a Columbia Coun-
ty Sheriff's deputy on Nash
Road, near Lake Jeffrey
Road, for a busted head-
light. The deputy alerted
the FHP that the vehicle


Quinn was driving matched
the one they were looking
for.
Hughes stated in his re-
port that Pittman "briefly
lost consciousness" as a re-
sult of the crash and that
when he arrived on scene
Pittman was still lying on
the ground.
"Mr. Pittman suffered
back and head injuries and
was bleeding from multiple
locations and his head,"
Hughes wrote in a report.
"He was wearing a helmet
with face shield, which
probably saved his life."
Hughes reported that the
motorcycle had heavy
damage to its rear and was
pushed 99 feet from the
point of impact, where it
came to a Einal rest laying
on its side, facing a south-
easterly direction. He de-
termined that Quinn hit the
motorcycle with the front
right of her vehicle.


Hughes said he smelled
alcohol on Quinn when he
approached her in Lake
City.
"Her eyes were very
bloodshot and glassy and
her pupils dilated," he
wrote. "She was unsteady
on her feet."
Hughes wrote that Quinn
admitted to drinking vodka
and orange juice at her
home in western Suwannee
County before going to a
local bar and drinking beer,
"She is small and does
not weigh much, and last
ate Wednesday morning,"
Hughes wrote. "She said
she does not drink often."
Hughes reported that
Quinn "expressed concem
over (Pittman) and said she
should go to jail, if she did
that."
Hughes said he called
Shands Live Oak to check
on Pittman and was told
they were preparing to fly


him to Shands UF in refer-
ence to back and head in-
juries.
"The nurse I spoke to
categorized his injuries as
serious," Hughes wrote.
Hughes charged Quinn
with DUI in Columbia and
Suwannee counties,
She was also charged
with hit and run, failing to
stop and render aid to anin-
jured person, leaving the
scene with property dam-
age greater than $50, DUI
with property damage, DUI
with serious injury and
DUI.
Hughes reported that at
4:33 a.m., Quinn provided
a breathalyzer and blew a
.102. The legal limit to dri-
ve in Florida is .08.
Quinn was released on a
$2,000 bond.
Pittman was no longer a
patient at Shands UF as of
Tuesday afternoon, a hos-
pital spokesperson said.


Continued From Page 1A

bery to buffer noise and
provide privacy for their
backyards, along with a
security fence to offer se-
curity.
The offer comes in re-
sponse to some homeown-
ers in that subdivision
voicing concerns over the
joint effort between Live
Oak, Suwannee County,
Suwannee County School
District and the Florida
Department of Transporta-
tion to extend Silas Drive
from the First Federal
Sportsplex to SR 51.
According to Suwannee
County School District Di-
rector of Facilities Mark
Carver, the measure to ex-
tend Silas Drive will offer
an optional emergency
route in the event a cata-
strophic situation occurs in


the vicinity of Suwannee
Middle School.
Although the extension
will offer an alternative
route for traffic going to
SMS, First Federal Sport-
splex and even Suwannee
Primary School, the home-
owners fear the exposure
of their backyards will
compromise the security
of their homes.
Carver stood before the
four homeowners who
were present and laid out
the joint recommendation
of the city and the school
board.
"We will provide a six
foot chain link fence with
a strand of barbed wire at
the top for safety and
shrubbery to offer a noise
and visual buffer," Carver
said. "The fence will be on
the property line and the
shrubbery will be on your


side of the fence."
According to Carver, the
costs of providing the
shrubbery and fencing will
be met through the overall
project fund. Carver also
added that most work on
the road project will be
completed in-house, and
the actual laying of pave-
ment should be the only la-
bor that will be contracted.
Several options for
shrubbery and trees were
presented to the home-
owners during the meeting
and Suwannee County Su-
perintendent of Schools
Jerry Scarborough encour-
aged residents to research
the options and select their
preference from the rec-
ommended shrubbery.
According to Carver,
construction on the project
cannot begin until all per-
mits are approved. At this


Continued From Page 1A

Davis, 21, Mayo, was
traveling northbound and
a deer ran into his lane of
travel, according to the
FHP.
Reports show Davis
took evasive action to
avoid the deer by swery-
ing to the left, causing his
2000 Ford Ranger to tray-
el into the southbound
grassy shoulder. Davis
then swerved back to the
right and lost control of
the vehicle. As a result, the
vehicle rotated clockwise
and overturned after strik-
ing a mailbox. The vehicle
finally rested in an upright
position. The FHP esti-
mates the damages to
Davis's truck to be about
$4,000.
Davis was treated by
Suwannee County


Fire/Rescue at the scene
for minor injuries.
While authorities were
still on the scene around 8
p.m., another crash took
place further south, just
off SR 51, when another
deer ran into the path of
the 2003 Pontiac that was
driven by Judy Mae Gon-
zalez, 35, Live Oak, the
FHP stated.
According to the FHP,
Gonzalez was traveling
eastbound on 174th Street
when a deer ran across the
roadway. In an effort to
avoid hitting the deer,
Gonzalez swerved the
2003 Pontiac she was dri-
ving to the right and col-
lided with a tree.
The FHP estimates the
damages to Gonzalez's car
to be about $3,000. She
was not injured in the ac-
cident.


point, parties await permit-
ting from the Suwannee
River Water Management
District.
"Hopefully we can be-
gin construction after the
beginning of the year,"
Carver said.
While some of the
homeowners preferred
vinyl fencing over a chain
link security fence coupled
with shrubbery to provide
a visual and noise buffer,
City Administrator Bob
Farley reiterated that chain
link fencing would offer
better security and the pro-
posed shrubs would ab-
sorb sound, while shield-
ing the residents' homes
from the view of passers-
by.
According to Scarbor-
ough, the goal for comple-
tion is before the 2012-13
school year.


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nity Thanksgiving service at 7 p.m. on
Nov. 21.
Tim Carver, pastor of the First Advent
Christian Church, will be the speaker.
Music will be provided by a praise team
comprised of members from four local
congregations and the Suwannee Mass
Choir which is conducted by Katherine
Cason.
Each year our community gathers to-
gether to thank our Heavenly Father for
all of our blessings. This attitude of
Thanksgiving dates back to the beginning
of our country. For several years, many
churches in Suwannee County have been
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of thanksgiving with the location rotating
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together to host this community Thanks-
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The race of the speaker also rotates. The
structure of the service also changes from
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opportunity to enjoy a cross-culture wor-
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board with 2:35 to go in the first. On
Suwannee's next possession, Kyle Steb-
bins runs it to the 25. Quarterback Josh
Wright then rushed the ball to the 31 for
a pickup of 11. On Columbia's next pos-
session the Bulldog defense kept the
Tigers at bay. Columbia missed a 33-
yard field goal attempt.
A couple possessions later, Columbia
fumbled the ball. Suwannee recovered
at the Tigers' 40. The Tigers take pos-
session again soon thereafter following
a Suwannee interception with about
6:20 to go in the half. Suwannee picked
up a Tiger fumble with about 2 to go in
the half. Wright rushed for five for a
Bulldog first down, Stebbins had one
before the Bulldogs kick a 44-yard field
goal with .07 to go in the half.


Staff
The Suwannee Bulldogs ended their
football season 1-9 Friday night after
being defeated by the Columbia County
Tigers at Paul Langford Stadium in Live
Oak.
The Old Oaken Bucket was up for
grabs but it will stay in Lake City for
another year as the Tigers overcame the
Bulldogs 24-3.
You could feel the passion in the air
from the Bulldogs who clearly wanted
to give it all they had for the last match
of the season, with five sacks.
"I thought the defense had an awe-
some night," Suwannee head football
coach Willie Spears said. "I was very
proud of our defensive players. Colum-
bia has a great football team and I be-
lieved we played well."
The Tigers put the first score on the


Cole Lamb (9) receives a handoff from quarterback Robert Morris in a game this season


against Lafayette. Photos by: Jack Howdeshell

By Misty A. Ward
misty.ward@gaflInews, com

The Branford Buccaneers (2-8, 0-3)
finished off the season with a loss to the
Bell Bulldogs (3-7, 1-3), 44-8.
"I was disappointed with our defen-
sive effort. We didn't do a very good job
of stopping Bell," head coach Jason
Bond said. "By the same token, we were
really injured. We have a lot of guys that
are out because of injuries. So that con-
tributed to the loss."
Cole Lamb rushed for 239 yards last
Thursday which put him over a thousand
yards rushing for the season. Bond said
that he "was a bright spot for us."
"That's kind of a team goal more than
an individual goal to have a thousand
yard rusher. We were pleased with that,"
he said.
Bell quarterback Bruce Thomas threw
a five yard touchdown pass to James
Oslager. The extra point kick was no
good, bringing the score to 6-0. Jeremy
Zimmerman had two touchdown carries
with the two extra point kicks by
Oslager being good, brought the score to
20-0. Bell's Austin Richey had a touch-
down at 3:46 in the second quarter, the
extra point kick by Oslager was no good,
increasing Bell's lead to 26-0.
With 19 seconds left in the second


quarter, CJ Bradow made the 12 yard re-
ception from quarterback Robert Morris
for Branford's lone touchdown. Kenny
Johnson ran in the two point conversion.
Bringing the score 26-8 at the end of the
first half.
Bell dominated the second half with
Thomas, Zimmerman and Abdul Mkuu
scoring touchdowns. Oslager had diffi-
culty with the extra point kicks in the
second being zero for three. The final
score was 44-8, Bell.
Branford Stats
Morris connected five of 16 passes for
39 yards with one touchdown and one
interception.
Bradow had three catches for 30 yards
and had one touchdown
Travis Bass had one catch for 6 yard
gain.
Sean Santos had one catch for 3 yards.
Lamb had 31 carries for 239 yards
rushing.
Kenny Johnson had 10 carries for 78
yards rushing.
Robert Morris had seven carries for 24
yards
Branford had a total of 341 rushing
yards and 39 reception yards with a total
of 370 yards. The Bues had 18 first
downs. They had five penalties for a loss


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Lady 'Dogs soccer update


Vi sits at 2-2, varsity at 1-1-2
,mitted In their District match against Paxon
he Lady 'Dogs traveled to on Nov. 9, they tied 2-2. M~arissa M~or-
nesville to play Buchholz on Thurs- gan and Beth Glass scored and Ashley
Nov. 10. The fields are so much big- Byrd got the assist on one of the goals.
then most fields and there was a The ladies then played Buchholz on
ht learning curve for the Lady 'Dogs. Nov. 10 which ended in a 0-0 tie.
he J.V. team overcame that obstacle The J.V. record as of Nov. 11 was 2-2-
:kly as they scored their first goal 11 0. They lost their first game against Co-
utes into the game. Their next three lumbia on their field 7-4. Riley Walczak
:s on goal all went in and at the half and Shan Johnson both scored twice.
score was 4-0 Suwannee. The Lady They lost their second game against
gs proceeded to score four more Ridgeview on their field and the score
ls and the mercy rule took effect at was 3-1 and Samantha McManaway
)2 in the second half. Ashley Wood scored the only goal for the Lady 'Dogs.
ed a hat trick and so did Sierra Wad- They played their first home game
Riley Walczak had two goals and against Paxon and showed up to play by
assists. beating Paxon 4-0. Ashley Wood scored
he varsity team played a defensive one goal, as did Leigh Durran, Riley
ggle and the game ended in a 0-0 tie. Walczak and Shan Johnson.
he varsity record is now 1-1-2. They Paxon's coach Robbie Underhill
Their first game against Columbia named Sarah Mahar as his player of the
. 3, 2-1. Beth Glass and Cassidy El- game. Suwannee's varsity coach Bill
cored goals and Amber Morgan and Harris picked Amber Morgan as his
ghan Tyrell got assists on those player of the game.
ls. See a schedule of the varsity teams
hey lost their next game against upcoming games this page.
review on Nov. 7, 4-0. GO LADY DOGS !


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Oaken Bucket stays in Lake City

Suwannee falls to the Tigers 24-3


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of 45 yards.
Bell Stats
Passing:
2thomas was three for five in passing for 95 yards with
Olslager had three catches for 95 yards and two touch-
downs. He also had two carries for 25 yards.
Zimmerman had 19 carries for 162 yards and three
touchdowns.
dRichey had 14 carries with 129 yards and one touch-
Mkuu had two carries for 47 yards and one touchdown.
The Bell Bulldogs had 21 First Downs. They had four
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Suwannee High School Varsity Girls Soccer
Nov. 3 @ Columbia
Nov. 7 @ RHS
Nov. 9 vs Paxon
Nov. 10 @ Buchholz
Nov. 15 vs Samuel W. Wolfson, 7:15 p.m.
Nov. 17 vs Nathan Bedford, 5 p.m.
Nov. 18 vs RHS, 7 p.m.

SHS Varsity Boys Soccer
Nov. 7 vs P.K. Yonge
Nov. 9 @ Lincoln
Nov. 10 vs Atlantic
Nov. 14 vs Columbia, 7 p.m.
Nov. 15 @Samuel W. Wolfson, 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 17 vs NBFHS, 7 p.m.


2-1
0-4
2-2 tie
0-0 tie






4-3
1-2
2-1
1-0


Zach Roberson had Suwannee's first
goal, assisted by Shirah, who also scored
the second goal unassisted.
On Nov. 14, the Bulldogs played Co-
lumbia, winning 1-0. Zach Roberson
scored Suwannee's goal in the 19th
minute. Taylor O'Conney had the assist.
Suwannee's record is now 3-1-0
They played Samuel W. Wolfson on
their turf Tuesday night and will play
Nathan Bedford Forest High School
Thursday night at Paul Langford Stadium
in Live Oak.
See results in a future edition.


Continued From Page 1B

Taylor O'Conney scored the lone
Suwannee goal, unassisted.
Suwannee dominated this game but had
a key player taken to the emergency room
after a collision on the field. Suwannee
continued to fire numerous shots on goal
but could not manage to put one in the
net.
The third game was home on Nov. 10
against Atlantic Coast out of Jacksonville.
Suwannee won 2-1.
Very exiting game against a very skilled
team.


November 8 Suwannee Valley
Ladies Basketball
Jamboree
November 15 Perry
November 21 Godby
November 22 Columbia
Novmber 8 Nwbery
December 2 Rickards
December 9 Wakulla
December 10 Hamilton
December 17 Madison
ecember 21 23 Christmas
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PAG E 4B


Suwannee Legals
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND
FORSUWANNEECOUNTY,FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION

CASE NO. 11-218CA

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, acting
through the United States Department
of Agriculture, Rural Development,
fl/ka Farmers Home Administration,
a/kla Rural Housing Service,

Plaintiff,

vs.

LINDA L. STEMMLER; and SUWANNEE
COUNTY, FLORIDA,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

STATE OF FLORIDA
SUWANNEE COUNTY

TO Llnda L Stemmler, 607 Park Street
SE, Live Oak, FL 32060

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage regarding the fol-
lowing property In Suwannee County,
Florlda

Lots 1 and 3, Block 7, of Strathoma, Sec-
tlon A, according to the plat thereof re-
corded In Plat Book 1, Page 41, of the
Public Records of Suwannee County,
Florlda

has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, If any, to It on FREDERICK J
MURPHY, JR, Esquire, Attorney for
Plaintiff, Boswell & Dunlap LLP, 245
South Central Avenue, Post Office
Drawer 30, Bartow, FL 33831, within thirty
(30) days after the first publication of this
Notice of Action, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either before serv-
Ice on Plaintiff's attorney or Immedlately
thereafter, otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded
In the Complaint or Petition

DATED on this 3rd day of November,


REQUESTS FOR ACCOMMODATIONS
BY PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If
you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to the provi-
sion of certain assistance. Please con-
tact the OFFICE OF THE COURT AD-
MINISTRATOR, CARRINA COOPER,
(386) 758-2163 at least 7 days before
your scheduled court appearance, or
immediately upon receiving this notifi-
cation if the time before the scheduled
appearance is less than 7 days; if you
are hearing or voice impaired, call 711.

DATED on November 3, 2011

BARRY A BAKER
(court seal) Clerk of Circult Court
200 S Ohlo Avenue
Live Oak, FL 32064

By /s/Sharon Hale
Deputy Clerk
11/16, 23


J1DIHEA CRCRUI COURATN THIRD
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA


Suwannee Legals

EAST, SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS; FOR
POINT OF REFERENCE COMMENCE
AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID NORTHEAST &fracl4; OF THE
SOUTHEAST &fracl4;, THENCE RUN
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 16 MINUTES 03
SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF
320.39 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 88
DEGREES 16 MINUTES 03 SECONDS
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 234.48 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 01 DEGREES 08
MINUTES 57 SECONDS EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 533.07 FEET TO THE
NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
COUNTY ROAD NO.136; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 68 DEGREES 28 MINUTES 52
SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID NORTH
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF
450.58 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 00
DEGREES 58 MINUTES 11 SECONDS
WEST, A DISTANCE 663.50 FEET TO
THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
THE OLD WHITE SPRING ROAD
(ABANDONED); THENCE RUN SOUTH
86 DEGREES 19 MINUTES 58 SEC-
ONDS WEST ALONG SAID NORTH
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF
76.24 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVE OF
A CURVE CONCAVED SOUTHEAST-
ERLY HAVING A RADIUS OF 675.145
FEET; THENCE RUN ALONG AND
AROUND SAID CURVE A CHORD
BEARING AND DISTANCE OF SOUTH
75 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 05 SEC-
ONDS WEST, 261.46 FEET; THENCE
RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 58 MIN-
UTES 13 SECONDS WEST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 745.96 FEET TO THE
NORTH LINE OF SAID SOUTH &fracl2;
OF THE SOUTHEAST &fracl4; OF THE
NORTHEAST &fracl4;; THENCE RUN
NORTH 88 DEGREES 18 MINUTES 25
SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID NORTH
LINE A DISTANCE OF 1003.09 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 01 DEGREE 08
MINUTES 57 SECONDS EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 150.00 FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 88 DEGREES 18 MINUTES 25
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 300
FEET TO THE EAST LINE OF SAID
SECTION 24; THENCE RUN SOUTH 01
DEGREES 08 MINUTES 57 SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID EAST LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 215.84 FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 17 MINUTES 11
SECONDS WEST,NCE SNASNOCUETHO

DEGREES 07 MINUTES 01 SECONDS
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 295.35 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. CON-
TAINING 22.80 ACRES MORE OR
LESS.

at public auction, to the highest and best
bidder for cash, on the front steps of the
Suwannee County Court House In Live
Oak, Florlda at 11 A M on Tuesday, the
20th day of December, 2011

BARRY A BAKER, CLERK
(SEAL) CIRCUIT AND COUNTY
COURTS
200 South Ohlo Ave
Live Oak, FL 32064

By /s/Sharon Hale
Deputy Clerk
11/16, 23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.

CASE NO. 612004-CA-000190

ANN ELAINE KISH alkla ELAINE
TOWNSEND-KISH,

Plai nt ifficounter-Def endant ,


Suwannee Legals
1322 70 feet to the Northwest corner of
said Northwest 1/4, of the Southeast 1/4,
thence run S 71 degrees 08'22" E, a dis-
tance of 45 88 feet to the West
right-of-way lne of Pinecrest Road,
Thence run S 06 degrees 37'54" E, along
said West right-of-way Ilne, a distance of
849 21 feet to the North right-of-way lne
of CR 136, thence run N 81 degrees
54'50" W along said North right-of-way
Ilne, a distance of 166 97 feet to the West
Ilne of said Northwest 1/4 of the South-
east 1/4, thence run N 01 degrees 36'17"
E, along said West lne a distance of
747 39 feet, thence run N 87 degrees
22'00" W, a distance of 1209 50 feet,
thence run S 01 degrees 36'17" W a dis-
tance of 670 11 feet to said North
right-of-way lne, thence run N 87 degrees
50'30" W along said North right-of-way
Ilne a distance of 16 21 feet to a point of
curve of a curve concaved Southwesterly
having a radius of 1179 28 feet, thence
run along and around said curve a cord
bearing and distance of N 84 degrees
52'26" W, 43 87 feet, thence run N 01 de-
grees 36'17" E a distance of 728 34 feet,
thence run S 87 degrees 22'00" E, a dis-
tance of 745 80 feet, thence run N 01 de-
grees 36'17" E, a distance of 762 13 feet,
thence run N 89 degrees 35'11" W a dis-
tance of 867 78 feet, thence run N 37 de-
grees 30'29" W, a distance of 720 00 feet
to the North lne of said South 1/2 of the
Northwest 1/4, thence run S 89 degrees
35'11" E along said North lne, a distance
of 1845 81 feet to the POINT OF BEGIN-
NING

LESS AND EXCEPT

PART OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 13,
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH RANGE 14 EAST,
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA, BE-
ING MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS FOR POINT
OF REFERENCE COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID
NORTHWEST 1/4OF THESOUTHEAST
1/4, THENCE RUN SOUTH 01 DE-
GREES 36'17" WEST ALONG THE
WEST LINE OF SAID SOUTHEAST 1/4,
A DISTANCE OF 87 22 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE RUN
SOUTH 87 DEGREES 22'00" EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 55 14 FEET TO THE
WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF PINE-
C6RDSG RRE 7THENCSETRUNNGOSUTD
WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 773 22 FEET TO THE
NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
COUNTY ROAD NO 136, THENCE RUN
NORTH 81 DEGREES 54'50" WEST
ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 166 97 FEET TO
SAID WEST LINE, THENCE RUN
NORTH 01 DEGREES 36'17" EAST
ALONG SAID WEST LINE, A DISTANCE
OF 747 39 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING
CONTAINING 1 90 ACRES MORE OR
LESS

Any and all bidders, parties or other Inter-
ested persons shall contact the Informa-
tlon desk of the Suwannee County Clerk
of the Court by calling (386) 362-0500 or
In person at the Suwannee County Court-
house, 200 South Ohlo Avenue, Live
Oak, Florlda 32064, prior to the sched-
uled foreclosure sale who wll advise of
themexac loatio fr te fewaonsnu
sale

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST
ANNTHEOSURPLUSAFNRCMETHERSALEE IF

OEWNNER ASMOS TE D CEL OFM NH
60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE

NOTICE PUIDSUAANT TOSTHE AMERI-
If you are a person with a disabllty who
needs any accommodation In order to
participate In this proceeding, you are en-
titled, at no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance Persons with a disabil-
Ity who need any accommodation to par-
ticipate should call the ADA Coordinator,
Jacquetta Bradley, PO Box 1569, Lake
City, FL 32056, 386-719-7428, wthin two
(2) working days of your receipt of this no-
tice, If you are hearing Impaired call (800)
955-8771, If you are volce Impaired call
(800) 955-8770

WITNESS my hand and the official seal of
said Court, this 9th day of November,
2011 at Live Oak, Suwannee County,
Florlda

(COURT SEAL) HONORABLE BARRY A

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT KORR
SUWANNEE COUNTY, FLORIDA

BY / /haon Hl


AndreDJ KDecker, HII E~squlreA

320 White Avenue

Liv ealord 364
Telephone (386) 364-4440
Tel copler (386) 364-4508

andrewidecker@thedeckerlaw Irm com
Attorney for Plaintiffs
11/16. 23


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The Bulldogs and Tigers face off. Photos by: Paul Buchanan (SuwanneeSports.com)


CASE NO.: 06-217-CA vs.


KEITH BOATRIGHT and H.T.T., L.L.C.,

Defendants/Counter-Plai ntiff.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursu-
ant to an Order Reschedullng Foreclosure
Sale dated October 26, 2011 In the above
referenced case In which ANN ELAINE
KISH alkla ELAINE TOWNSEND-KISH Is
Plaintiff, and KEITH BOATRIGHT and
H TT, LLC ,and all claimants, persons
or parties, natural or corporate, or whose
exact legal status Is unknown, claiming
under any of the named or described De-
fendants, are Defendants, 1, BARRY A
BAKER, Clerk of the Court, will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the
front door of the Suwannee County Court-
hous Flo a 3 04 oO ouh ohrul ca io
In the Suwannee County Courthouse In
Live Oak, Florlda, as I, as the Clerk of the
Court, may designate, at 11 00 o'clock
A M on the 29th day of November, 2011,
the following described property.

Part of the South 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4
and part of the North 1/2 of the Southwest
1/4 and part of the Northwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of Section 13, Township 2
South, Range 14 East, Suwannee Cunty
Florlda, being more particularly described
as follows

BEGIN at the Northeast corner of said
South 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4, thence
run S 01 degrees 35'10" W along the East
Ilne of said Northwest 1/4, a distance of


CR Flr dPRL mTe LiaLity company,
Plaintiff,

vs.

CUBIT JOHNSON, SR., LERONZO
JOHNSON,
DEXTER JOHNSON, LERON JOHN-
SON,
GLADYS E. JOHNSON, JOHNNY
JOHNSON,
LECHRESHA D. JOHNSON, CUBIT Q,
JOHNSON, JR., HORACE WILLIAMS,
JR.,
SHERLON WILLIAMS PHILPOT, and
HARRIET WILLIAMS LOPER
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to
the FINAL JUDGMENT OF PARTITION
entered In the above styled cause In the
Circuit Court, Third Judicial Circult, In and
for Suwannee County, Florlda, I wll sell
the real property located In Suwannee
County, Florlda, described as

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF REAL PROP-
ERTY LOCATED IN SUWANNEE
COUNTY, FL, SUWANNEE COUNTY
PROPERTY APPRAISER'S PARCEL ID
NO, 24 02S 13E 07225000100
PART OF THE SOUTH &fracl2; OF
THE SOUTHEAST &fracl4; OF THE
NORTHEAST &fracl4; AND PART OF
THE NORTHEAST &fracl4; OF THE
SOUTHEAST &fracl4; OF SECTION
24,TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH RANGE 13


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VEGE TABLES


Owners r
Tom & Marcia G~eiger
404 Ohio Ave. N.
Live Oak, FL 32064


Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011

7 p.m.
Van H. Priest Auditorium

North Florida Community College
325 NW Turner Davis Drive
Madison, Florida 32340

$12 adults I $6 children ages 12 and under
The acclaimed family musical ensemble The Annie
Moses Band will bring their unique blend of Classi-
cal, Christian, Folk and Pop Music to the NFCC in


SSUWANNEE DEMIOCRAT/LIVE OAK


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2011


A Bulldog runs the ball.


Annie Moses Band: Pilgrims & Prodigals Concert


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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2011


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Continued From
Page 1B

The Bulldogs
trailed going into half-
time 7-3.
With about .45 to go
in the third quarter,
the Tigers run it in.
The point after was
good bringing the
score to 14-3.
With less than four
minutes to go in the
game, Columbia
kicked a field goal,
bringing the score to
17-3. The last score of
the night came from a
pass interception. Co-
lumbia took over from
10 yards out. They
advanced the ball to
the five and a touch-
down pass from there
sealed the game.
The Bulldogs will
be losing nine seniors
from a roster of 13 ju-
niors, 10 sophomores
and one freshman.


Suwannee quarterback Josh Wright. Wyatt Jarvis (13) kicks it back to the Tigers.


The Bulldogs and Tigers at the line of scrimmage.


Doug Jones (72) blocks for Suwannee.


Kyle Stebbins (23) advances the ball. Photos: Paul Buchanan (SuwanneeSports.com)


Eric Cooks (11) gets protection from a Bulldog.


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EMERALD COVE- 1/2 acre lot close to Lake City, Live Oak
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5th Annual ftait onf Be $utanree


CIVIL WAR HISTO-
RY During the Civil War
years of the 1860s, Florida
was a major participant in
many ways. Not only did
Florida field troops for
every aspect of the conflict
that led to a truly united
America--but Florida was
the most productive state
in the South in the closing
years of the Civil War. The
pioneer families of Florida
were enterprising, produc-
ing farm product, cattle,
goods and services of all
types. The Union fully ree-
ognized this, leading to a
series of skirmishes all
over Florida. One of the
goals of the Union was to
control shipping, and more
importantly, the well estab-
lished rail lines in Florida.
This led to the well known
Battle of Olustee some 30
miles to the east of where
the Raid is held today. Less
well known were the nu-
merous "probes" all along
the coastal accessible area
of the state.
There are earthworks re-
minding us of the encamp-
ments and hastily erected
fortification at the nearby
Suwannee River State
Park. A "spur line" that
served a river landing with
mule drawn cargo cars still
borders The Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park,
with roots into the 19th
Century.
SCHEDULE
This year's events will
feature full afternoon bat-
tles at 2 p.m. Saturday,
Nov. 19 and Sunday Nov.
20
The event opens at 9
a.m. and closes at 5 p.m.
Saturday and 4:30 p.m.
Sunday
A 10 a.m. drill and
weapons inspection will be
held Saturday
A formal Ladies Tea
will be held Saturday
Grand Ball Saturday
night (public may attend



Home Inspections
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*Wind Mitigation

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A scene from a past Raid on the Suwannee. Courtesy photos SEE MORE PHOTOS: Page 2


Nov: 18-20 to 'l in.* living
historyto The Spirit of the
Stewannee IMusic Park
Authentic Civil War re-
enactment in living color
Meet your past at the
SOSMP in Live Oak Nov.
18-20
The 3rd Annual Raid on
the Suwannee, a Civil War
re-enactment presented by
Hardee's Corp Civil War
re-enactors, will be held
Nov. 18-20 at The Spirit of
the Suwannee Music Park
(SOSMP) in Live Oak.
Presented in living color
with authentic uniforms
and artillery, authentic en-
campments and two Civil
War battles, this American
history lesson on the Civil
War is an event not to be
missed by anyone who
wants to feel they have
been taken back to Ameri-
ca's Civil War fought from
1861-1865. It's an opportu-
nity for you and your chil-
dren to see up close and ac-
tually hear history during
the battle re-enactments.
You can be sure it is au-
thentic, complete with live
battle action by re-enactors
representing the South and
the North in authentic uni-
forms with gun fights, sol-
diers being "wounded" and
"doctors" tending to the
wounded. It's so realistic,
you'll forget it's 2011. You
are cordially invited to join
them. Guests may visit the
encampments of both Con-
federate and Union sol-
diers Saturday and Sunday,
netting a realistic view of
how these soldiers lived
during the war between the
states. Camps are authentic
and soldiers and their fam-
ilies use the same type of
equipment to cook and go
about their daily chores as
did their fellow soldiers in
the 1800s. You may also
shop the Sutler merchants
who have Civil War area
items to delight any cus-
tomer.
ADMISSION Admis-
sion is only $6 per adult
with children under 8 free.
School Day is Friday, Nov.
18 for area schools which
have been invited to bring
their students for this his-
tori edent. riudents wh
attend th ry event w l
receive a pass to return on
the weekend with their par-
ents.


for a fee Civil War period
clothing required)
Authentic church ser-
vice Sunday morning at 10
a.m. at the SOSMP chapel
on Rees Lake
A grand review of the
troops will be held at 1:30
p.m. Sunday before the last
battle at 2 p.m.
See the SOSMP web site
a t
www.musicliveshere.com
for a full schedule. For
more info, go to www.flori-
dareenactorsonline.com/S u
wanneeGenInfo.htm. For
additional information,
please contact Bob "Gener-
al" Goodrich, 352-493-
0625 or T. F. Smoak, event
planning, 386-935-2662.
SOS CAFE AND
RESTAURANT The
SOSMP's SOS Caf6 and
Restaurant will be open
during this event where
you may enjoy a full meal,
sandwiches or snacks and
drinks. Friday, Nov. 18, the
Music Hall opens at 5 p.m.
for dinner. Music and danc-
ing begins at 8 p.m. with
the Jukebox Oldies Band.
The band, made up of Bo
Martin, Mike Dame, CF
Sirmans, Stacy Sirmans,
Billy Folsom and Larry
Dean, love to play AM ra-
dio hits primarily from the
60s for your listening and
dancing pleasure. A few
from the 50s, 70s and 80s
are also on the play list.
This veteran band s motto
and mission statement is
GOOD TIMES, GREAT
OLDIES...SONGS YOU
CAN SING ALONG TO
'CAUSE YOU KNOW
THE WORDS.
HARDEE'S CORPS -
Hardee's Corps is a
501(3)C non profit organi-
zation that accurately por-


trays the events of this time
in an atmosphere of "Folks
and Family." The organiza-
tion has coordinated events
all over the Southeast for
decades, including the
Brooksville and Crystal
River re-enactments which
draw thousands of re-enac-
tors and those interested in
this unique experience. Ex-
pect authentic 1860s en-
campments, period goods
and wares from the Sutlers
(visitors may purchase),
hundreds of soldiers and
officers anxious to share
their history and 19th cen-
tury food---as well as the
comforts and facilities of-
fered by the SOSMP.
FOR MORE INFO -
For more information
about the Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park, call
386-364-1683, email spir-
itC~musicliveshere.com or
gro to www.musi-
cliveshere.com. You may
also contact the SOSMP to
inquire about any of the
many exciting events com-
ing up this year at the
SOSMP such as Thanks-
giving dinner/weekend
with Old Tyme Farm Days,
Ted McMullen's Music
Legends Show, the I'll Re-
member You Elvis contest,
Joe Mullins and the Radio
Ramblers bluegrass/gospel
group and much, much
more.
The Spirit of the Suwan-
nee Music Park is located
at 3076 95th Drive 4.5
miles north of Live Oak, FI
off US 129 at the famous
Suwannee River. The park
is 4.5 miles south of Inter-
state 75 and 4.5 miles north
of Interstate 10 off US 129.
Keep an eye out for the
SOSMP sign and white
painted board fence.


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Annie IMoses Band: Pil-
grims & Pn*J~i:gals concert
Nov. 17

MADISON, FL The
acclaimed family musical
ensemble The Annie
Moses Band will be bring-
ing their unique blend of
Classical, Christian, Folk
and Pop Music to the
North Florida Community
College campus in Madi-
son, FL on Thursday, Nov.
17 at 7 p.m. Tickets for the
event are on sale now and
are available from the


or by calling (850) 973-
1653.
Based in Franklin, Ten-
nessee, outside of
Nashville, The Annie
Moses Band has numerous
critically acclaimed
recordings to their credit:
Christmas Bright and
Beautiful, Through The
Looking Glass, This Glori-
ous Christmas (Reunion
Records), Christmas With
The Annie Moses Band,
and their most recent pro-
ject, a live CD and DVD,
Pi:giMs s Prso iaas T
featured in a PBS Christ-
mas special which aired on
stations throughout the US
in 2009. A documentary
featuring the group,
"Faith, Family and Mu-
sic," aired in 2010 on such
Christian television net-
works as The NRB Net-
work and Daystar Televi-
sion,
The Annie Moses Band,


a family of Julliard-trained
musicians and award-win-
ning songwriters, is an en-
semble unlike any in
America today. A blend of
fiddle, jazz, and classical
influences fused with soar-
ing, folk-inspired vocals
creates a sound that is both
refreshing and familiar.
Led by lead singer/vio-
linist, Annie Wolaver, the
Band includes her five sib-
lings: Alex, viola; Ben-
jamin, cello; Camille,
harp/keyboard; Gretchen,
violin/mandolin; and Jere-

hd the vran sdonbeai
ing talents of their parents,
Bill and Robin Wolaver,
and you have a dynamic
group with roots in classi-
cal, pop, and jazz.
Their Nov. 17 perfor-
mance will be held at
NFCC's Van H. Priest Au-
ditorium, located on the
NFCC campus off US
Highway 90 in Madison at
325 NW Turner Davis Dri-
ve. For further informa-
tion on the concert, visit
http://www.nfec.edu/com-
munity-programs/artist-se-
oi s-, call (850) 973-16ai3
ArtistSeries @nfec.edu.
For further information
on The Annie Moses Band,
visit www.anniemoses-
band.com.
This performance is
funded in part by a grant
from South Arts in partner-
ship with the National En-
dowment for the Arts and
the Florida Division of
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My l8p
By April Pinkard
I met with Dr. Rose's nurses and di-
etician. There was a group of several
people who had various questions.
The nurse and dietician answered all
of our questions. One thing I was
thoroughly impressed with was the
way we were treated. Everyone who
is over weight or obese, have experi-
enced at one time or another the looks
and distain that comes from igno-
rance.
The team at the Nonth Florida Re-
gional Obesity Clinic was never like
that. No one made a look or a com-
ment that made me feel insignificant
for being obese. There was nothing
but kindness and understanding.
Because I have extensive health
problems I had to go through a bat-
tery of tests. I had to see a pulmonary
doctor. Because I only have one lung
they had to check it out thoroughly.
The doctor asked to see me because
my Pulmonary Functions Test (PFT)
was abnormal. I was like "Gee you
think?" When I met the doctor he said
they had not told him I only had one
lung and I had did pretty good for
only blowing at half the capacity. I
told him thank you but the fact that I
even registered on the machine I was
thrilled. Dr. Greenburg told me I
needed to understand that this surgery
was high risk for me. I told him I un-
derstood, but no offense, anything I
did was high risk.
He cleared me for the procedure.
Next l had to see a cardiologist. Be-
cause I have had Congestive Hean
Failure (CHF) in the past and I do
have Super Ventricular Tachycardia
(SVT), Try saying that five times fast.
It is a fancy way of saying I have a
fast heart beat. I needed to get an
echocardiogram. A picture of my
heart because your internal heart
beats differently than your external


heartbeat.
After that the cardiologist cleared
me.
I then had to get blood work.
Which in itself is no easy feat. I have
a port because my veins are shot from
multiple illnesses over the years, they
finally put in a port (An IV access de-
vice that stays in your body. Similar
to a catheter they use for dialysis) to
give me medication and take blood.
Unfortunately, for me they are not al-
lowed to draw out of a port without a
doctors permission. The phlebotomist
was excellent she got me on the first
shot.
Finally, after multiple visits I was
cleared for surgery. I saw the pre-op
nurse and she talked to me about what
to expect and gave me 2 bars of an-
tibacterial soap to wash with the
morning of the surgery. After getting
all the pre-doctor things done, then I
had to go on a fat reducing liver diet
for two weeks before the procedure.
It is impossible not to lose a few
pounds while on this diet. I initially
bought the protein bars and powdered
shake mix.
The protein powder was so bad the
only way I could eat it was mixed into
my yogurt. At least it hid the taste. It
just gave all my yogunt no matter
what flavor it was a hint of vanilla.
The protein bars were another story. I
think I got the s'mores and fudge
chocolate. Though good they left a
metallic taste in my mouth. My hus-
band and kids said the same thing.
The whole goal of the diet is to re-
duce the fat around the liver, to make
it easier for the doctor to move it out
of the way during surgery and not in-
jure any other organs trying to see
around the fatty deposits there.
Everyone, whether over weight or
skinny, has a fatty liver so anyone do-
ing this procedure has to do this diet.


I am proud to say I stuck to the diet
and lost a whopping four pounds.
After you see the doctor again and
confirm you have lost a few pounds,
then you are ready to have your
surgery. More than likely the surgery
is already scheduled and you will
only have a day or three to wait. The
night before your surgery I did a fa-
vorite meal and spend time with my
family playing cards and watching a
movie and such. I could not have any-
thing to eat or drink after midnight
and seeing as I had to get up at 4 a.m.,
I went to bed about 10 p.m. I had no
trouble sleeping, as this was not my
first time at the rodeo. Being sick my
whole life, this was a no brainer for
me. I have had several laparoscopic
procedures so I pretty much knew
what to expect pain-wise.
The morning of my procedure I
woke up at four. My husband and I
dressed and headed for the car. The
fact that he had coffee and I couldn't
made me want to kick my loving,
wonderful husband, because he
looked like he was enjoying it so
much. I hardly ever eat breakfast, but
when they tell you that you can not
eat that is when you are ravenous.
My mom was at the hospital with
my dad who had been there for the
last month. He has been fighting can-
cer and had an operation he did not do
as well as we would have liked. He
had just got moved to a regular room
after a month in the ICU. So it was
nice to see her in the waiting room
too. The nurse called my name and I
kissed my husband and mom as I
went back. The nurse took me to a
holding area, where they started my
IV in my port and hooked up some
fluids. Then I waited to be taken to
the pre-operations holding room.
To be continued next month in the
Sux'annee Democrat.


World Waterpark Associa-
tion Names Wild Adven-
tures a Wave Review Award
Winner in Two C~,a. 1.....i. ..
Valdosta, GA Wild Ad-
ventures Theme Park is the
recipient of two major in-
dustry awards for Splash
Island, the region's largest
water park. The awards,
presented by the World Wa-
terpark Association
(WWA) during its annual
convention October 3-7,
named Wild Adventures
the winner among parks
with 250,000 or more in
annual attendance for both
Best Direct Mail Piece, as
well as Best Radio Adver-
tisement. This is the sec-
ond consecutive year Wild
Adventures Theme Park
has received awards from
the WWA and comes on the
heels of the park's expan-
sion to Splash Island in the
2011 park season.
In 2011, Wild Adven-
tures expanded Splash Is-
land Water Park from seven
to ten acres. It is the water
park's largest expansion
since opening in 2002 and
included two new giant
family water slides and
nearly a dozen private ca-
banas.
"Creating advertising to
showcase all of Wild Ad-
ventures' unique attractions
is fun, but at the same time,


it takes a lot of work from a
dedicated team," said Greg
Charbeneau, vice president
and general
manager. "These two
awards recognize Wild Ad-
ventures' efforts on an in-
ternational stage, against
the largest parks in the
world. It's a huge honor."
Wild Adventures is a
170-acre theme park, water
park, and animal park all in
one place for less located in
Valdosta, Georgia. The
park features one of the
largest ride collections in
the South, more than 500
wild animals, Splash Island
Water Park, the region's
largest water park, shows,
festivals and all-star con-
certs. The park is owned
and operated by Herschend
Family Entertainment
(HFE), a company special-
izing in family entertain-
ment. For nearly half a
century, HFE has owned,
operated or partnered in 26
properties across ten states,
including Branson, Mis-
souri's Silver Dollar City;
operating partner with Dol-
ly Parton in Tennessee's
Dollywood and Dolly-
wood's Splash Country;
operating partner in At-
lanta's Stone Mountain
Park and owners of Ride
the Ducks amphibious
tours in six cities.


Regardless of what season it is, skin
seems to bear the brunt of weather's
wrath. Whether it's the sun beating
down in the dog days of summer or
the wind whipping around and
causing skin to crack when the
weather starts to turn cold, skin is
never fully safe from the elements.
Each season poses its own unique
challenges to skin, and this year
figures to be no different. With fall
and winter on the horizon, it's
important for men and women to
practice proper skin care in an effort
to protect themselves from dry skin,

Though an extra layer of clothing
might hide dry, flakey skin from view,
it won't do much to relieve the
irritation and damage that result from
severely dry skin. This fall and winter,
O consider the following tips to help the
skin survive the woes of winter.
Take quick, temperate showers. It
might feel good to get in from the cold
and take a hot bath or shower, but this
actually breaks down lipid barriers in
the skin, potentially robbing the skin
of moisture. In lieu of a long, steamy
bath or shower, take a quick shower in
warm water,
Moisturize every day.
Moisturizers like O'Keeffe's Working
Hands and O'Keeffe's for Healthy
Feet are designed to relieve dry skin
irritation, particularly on those areas
of the body that are troublesome
during the winter months. Look for
creams that contain water and glycerin
that will help to draw moisture into
* ~the skin and stimulate the body's

that are non-greasy, non-oil based and
fragrance free tend to work the best to
repair dry skin. Oil-based creams will
actually repel water that would
otherwise hydrate the skin causing
l further damage.
ntMen and women should also make
lentmoisturizing a part of their nightly
I routine before going to bed. Skin


temperatures rise during sleep,
resulting in increased circulation and
healing, so be sure to moisturize each
night before going to bed.
Continue to protect skin from the
sun. The sun is just as strong in winter
as it is during the summer, and winter
sun can do significant damage to
unprotected skin, especially when
winter sun combines with snow glare.
Use a moisturizer with SPF
throughout the winter, and apply it to
both hands and face roughly 30
minutes before going outside.
Wear a winter wardrobe.
Protective clothing like gloves,
scarves and thick socks not only keep
us warm through the winter, they also
keep skin safe as well. Strong winter
wmnds and below freezing
temperatures can damage the skin
significantly, so bundle up when going
outdoors. And be sure to avoid wet
socks and gloves, which can irritate
the skin and cause itching and
cracking, and might even result in the
formation of sores.
Stay hydrated. Staying hydrated is
another skin care pointer people
primarily, and incorrectly, associate
with summer. But staying hydrated is
just as important in the winter as it is
during the summer. Staying hydrated
is important for overall health. Men
and women who enjoy caffeinated
beverages like coffee and soda should
know that caffeine is a diuretic that
draws water out of the skin. So be sure
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Navy and Marine
Corps
Shipmates who served
on the USS Columbus CA-
74/cG-12 from 1944
through 1976 and the USS
COLUMBUS (SSN-762)
past and present, if you
would like to share memo-
ries and camaraderie with
old friends and make new
ones, please contact Allen
R. Hope, President, 3828
Hobson Road, Fort Wayne,
IN 46815-4505. Home:
(260) 486-2221 8 a.m. 5
p.m. Eastern Time, Fax:
260-492-9771, email:
Hope439@frontier.com.
Annual Dowling Park
Community Wide
Thanksgiving
You are cordially invited
to the Annual Dowling
Park Community Wide
Thanksgiving Nov. 20 at
6:00 PM. The service is
sponsored by the Advent
Christian Church, Dowling
Park Church of God,
Bethel Creek Baptist
church, And the First Bap-
tist Church of Dowling
Park. The host church this
year is the Dowling Park
Church of God with a
Thanksgivingr message by
their Pastor K~evin Swiney.
There will be a time of fel-
lowship and refreshments
following the service. Lo-
cation of the church is
23500 County Road 250
near the intersection of
County Road 136.
Bingo
Hosted by the American
Legion Post 107. Every
Tuesday. Early games are
at 3 p.m. and evening
games are at 7 p.m. Take
Hwy. 129, six miles south
of Live Oak, tumn left at the
BINGO sign, then one
mile.
American Legion
Post Meeting


First Thursday of each
month at noon. All military
veterans are invited to join
us. Contact Randall White
for information at 386-984-
6245.
Annie Moses Band:
Pilgrims & Prodigals
Concert
Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011
7 p.m.
Van H. Priest Auditori-
um
North Florida Communi-
ty College
325 NW Tumner Davis
Drive
Madison, Florida 32340
$12 adults I $6 children
ages 12 and under
The acclaimed family
musical ensemble The An-
nie Moses Band will bring
their unique blend of Clas-
sical, Christian, Folk and
Pop Music to the NFCC in
Madison, FL on Thursday,
Nov. 17. The Annie Moses
Band, a family of Julliard-
trained musicians and
award-winning songwrit-
ers, is an ensemble unlike
any in America today. A
blend of fiddle, jazz, and
classical influences fused
with soaring, folk-inspired
vocals creates a sound that
is both refreshing and fa-
miliar.
http://www.nfec.edu/co
mmunity-programs/artist-
series-
NFCC College Advance-
ment: (850) 973-1653 or
artistseries@nfec.edu
Branford Camera
Club to meet
The Branford Camera
Club will meet at the Bran-
ford Public Library on
Thursday, November 17, at
7:00 PM. Our program
will be a showing of "Wa-
ter's Joumney: The Hidden
Rivers of Florida," which
is an award-winning docu-
mentary that tracks a team


of divers and scientists
through a section of the
Florida Aquifer system, si-
multaneously above and
below ground.
Following a discussion
of the video, we will con-
tinue the IN-DEPTH Photo
Share we started last
month. If you would like
to participate, please bring
in 3 photos you've taken
over the last 3 months, on a
digital storage device,
along with information on
the equipment you used,
settings/conditions for pho-
to, and why you chose that
particular composition. If
you just want to join us to
observe or participate in
the discussions, that's OK
too!
The Branford Camera
Club meets on the 3rd
Thursday of each month,
with an occasional excep-
tion, for the purpose of
sharing, learning, and en-
joying all things photo-
graphic. Please join us.
For more information,
please contact:
Carolyn Hogue, Program
Chair, 386-935-2044
Dick Madden, Technical
Consultant, 386-935-0296
Skip Weigel, Technical
Consultant, 386-935-1382
The McAlpin
Community Club to
meet on November 14th
The McAlpin Communi-
ty Club welcomes every-
one to attend their monthly
meeting on Monday, No-
vember 14th, which will
beglin at 7:00 p.m., with a
potluck supper. We ask
that everyone bring their
favorite covered dish to
share. Our guest speaker
will be Mr. Randy Hatch, a
local Suwannee County
resident, who will talk
about taxes and local gov-
ernment. The Club is lo-


cated at 9981 170th Terrace
in McAlpin, directly across
from the Post Office.
Membership fees are $10
per family per year.
For info call Barbara
Parks @ 362-3044 or Deb-
bie Phillips @ 364-7028.
Charles Dickens
Reads A CHRISTMAS
CAROL, November 19,
2011.
2PM, First Methodist
Church Live Oak, Adults
$10.
6:30 PM Woman's Club
of Live Oak, $12 with
dessert-Children free.
Checks: LOAG PO Box
1025, Live Oak Florida
32064
In f orm at i on :
www.1iveoakartistsguild. or
g (386) 776-2319
Thanksgiving dinner
Christian Mission In Ac-
tion will serve their annual
Thanksgiving dinner on
November 12, 2011. at
Hale Perk Recreation Cen-
ter, 105 E Duval St., Live
Oak, FL., from 11 a.m. to 1
p.m.. Everyone welcome,
especially Veterans. For
more information contact
Audrey Howell at 386-
364-4560.
Hopewell Baptist
Church Men's Day
program
Hopewell Baptist
Church of the Fort Union
Community, 2407 145th
Road, Live Oak, FL will
have a Men's Day program
on November 20, 2011 at 3
p.m.. Every is invited to
come and enjoy the after-
noon with us. Rev. Alvin
Gandy is pastor.
Senior citizens
Senior citizens meet the
first Monday of each
month in the west annex of
the Suwannee Co. Colise-
um. If you are fifty years
old or older or disabled.


The dues are $5 per year.
Each member is to bring a
covered dish to each meet-
ing. We will be having
drawings for gifts which
include complimentary vis-
its for two different restau-
rants. Door prizes will be
given. There will be bingo
after the meal. Also, there
are trips planned for this
group. Please call 330-
6319 if you have any ques-
tions. Please put Senior
Citizens meetings on the
first Monday of each
month on your calendar.
Come join us and enjoy
great friends and wonder-
ful fellowship.
Artist Guild
The meetings are held at
Suwannee High School at
6:30 p.m. the first Tuesday
of each month.
The ARC of North
Florida Event dates
12/3/11 Christmas on
the Square
2/25/12 Annual Benefit
Trail Ride
3/24/12 14th Annual
Lawn Mower Race
5/11/12 The Arc North
Florida Golf Toumnament
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Addiction Support
Group:
Greater Visions faith-
based addictions support
group meets weekly in two
locations. Meetings are
held on Tuesday nights at
7:00 PM in Lake City at the
Christ Central Church
building on Sister's Wel-
come Road. The group also
meets Thursday mornings
at 9:30 AM in Live Oak at
the Suwannee Coalition of-
fice located at 208 North
Ohio Avenue. This group
provides spiritual and emo-
tional support in a non-
judgmental setting. Come
experience the freedom
from addictions that is


found in Christ. Greater Vi-
sions is an outreach of
Christ Central but open to
anyone. For more informa-
tion contact 208-1345.
Grief Support group
offered at Antioch
Baptist Church
GriefShare recovery and
support group will begin
meeting at Antioch Baptist
Church in Live Oak each
Tuesday at 10 a.m. The
church is located at 5203
CR 795 (Boys Ranch
Road). GriefShare is a 13
week, nondenominational
group that features Biblical
teaching on grief and re-
covery topics. You can be-
gin the GriefShare sessions
at any time. Please call An-
tioch Church (386) 362-
3101 or Kathy Bauman
(386) 362-3823 for more
information.
Elks Monday Bingo
At Live Oak Elks Lodge
1165, 415 East Howard St.
Live Oak. Early sessions 3
p.m. 6 p.m. and the pay-
out will be on a percentage
basis. Late sessions: 7 p.m.
-10 p.m. There will be 29
games each paying $50.
One progressive jackpot ei-
ther $50 or $250. One Bo-
nanza paying $50. One ex-
tra large jackpot starting at
$300 if won on the last
number called from the
Bonanza game $100 con-
solation prize.
Kitchen will be open
from 4-8 p.m.
Wellborn neighbor-
hood watch
We meet the last Thurs-
day of each month at the
Blake Lowe Building on
4th. Avenue in Wellbomn.
We start with a social get
together at 7:00 PM with a
covered dish dinner and
have a relaxed general

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ward for Information that leads to
the arrest and conviction of per-
son(s) who stole the air condition-
ers.

ATTENTION ADVERTISERS
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the error Inhibit response,
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edit, reject or refuse any and
all advertising submissions.

PELVIC/TRANSVAGINAL MESH?
Did you under go trans-vaginal
placement of mesh for pelvic or-
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Help Wanted

FEE ACCONTANT
SERVICE
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
All Proposals must be ad-
dressed and submitted to:
Scott Ste hens,
Executive Director
The Housing Authority of the
City of Live Oak
406 Webb Dr, N.E.,
Live Oak, FI, 32064
loph a@wi nd stream, net
Proposals rnust be received on
or prior to 4:00pm,
Dec. 15th, 2011

DIRECTOR OF ALLIED
HEALTH PROGRAMS (RN)
wanted at North Florida
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The Third Judicial Circuit
currently hsatvha allowing
ADMINISTRATIVE
SECRETARY I
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Lost & Found

Female BullOUN Oi.L ght brown
with white face. Found about 1 mi
from Mayo. Call 386-209-4102


Lost & Found
LOST JACKET
In Branford. Girl's blue denim.
Has her pony embroidered on
back with Angel Grace Farms.
Call 386-935-0165 or
386-590-9396.

Auctions

T &J AUCTIONS
Every Saturday ni ht, 7 p.m.
Clean Cngmen s Welcome
386-984-7520or 386-935-3788
Tom Johnson, Auctioneer

Special Notices
ATTENTION READERS
You should be cautious of calls
from interested buyers of your
advrti do merchand se.Mft~hE
money than what you are acslk~in
or suggest sending youachc
for more than the amount and re-
questing you to cash it and just
send them back the remaining
amount DON'T! THIS IS A
SCAM! BE CAUTIOUS, IF IT
SOUNDS TOO GOOD TO BE
TRUE, IT USUALLY IS.

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Pets/Free Pets
FREE TO A GOOD HOME
Female blond lab. 3-4 months
old. Call 386-938-5832.


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turn right, curve left, 2nd street
th ight. ari &uSayt NovA1M81thT
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Apartments for Rent




PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
nAllsrpeaa ers te a vetrtitsint en thr
Housing Act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference, liml-
tation or discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex, disabill-
ty, familial status or national ori-
gin, or an intention, to make any
such preference, limitation and
discrimination." Familial status in-
cludes children under the age of
18 living with parents or legal cus-
todians, pregnant women and
people securing custody of chil-
dren under 18.
inThis newspaper wile io ow-
re I estate which is in violation of
the law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings adver-
tised in this newspaper are availa-
ble on an equal opportunity basis.
To complain of discrimination call
HUD toll-free 1-800-669-9777.
The toll-free number for the hear-
ing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.

Houses for Rent
HOME FOR RENT: 3Bd/1Ba In
Lve30a. fnced yard. $800 per

Beautiful setting. 3BD/2BA with
reat views. $625/mo + first, last
scdep. Call 386-590-1461
Large 3BD/2BA. New appli-
ances, wood & tile floors through-
out. Located in Live Oak @ 608
NW Duval St, 2 mi from schools.
$650/mo, + 1st, last. References
req'd. Call Suzann at
386-208-8545.
Two Bd/One Ba home for rent
in Mayo, FI. $325/mo + $200
dep. Call 386-288-2504 or
386-288-4481

MObile Homes for Rent
Doublewide MH. 3Bd/2Ba on 5
ac. in Live Oak. $550/mo + $400
sec. dep. Call 386-776-2227 or
386-466-9012.

First Day
Furnished Trailer for rent. 2 BD/1
BA. w/porch. On corner lot in But-
trs Ito Ade t8 Ch in Vi lge

LIVE OAK 2 & 3 Bedrooms

Sf mri 8 De o~si 6eP ie

RENT TO OWN
Move-in ready! 4BR/2BA. Just re-
m8 led d84Call Steve at


Homes for Sale
AVAILABLE NOW 2-4 Bedroom
Homes. Take Over Payments.
No Money Down. No Credit
check! Call Now 1-888-270-0372


Homes for Sale
For Sale By Owner/Rent to
Own
4BD/2BA stilt home on the river.
1 ac. Asking $115K OBO w/dn
pmt & owner financing. Open to
equal trade in the Lake City area.
386-294-2384or 386-688-3656.

MObile Homes for Sale
NEW HOMES-DISCOUNTED
MUST GO TO MAKE ROOM
FOR 2012! Call M itch,
386-288-0109.
DOUBLEWIDES DISCOUNTED
$15,000!
Must go. Call Mitch at
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Acreage/Land/Lots Sale
ARIZONA RANCH Lots! 50%
OFF! 15AAA+ View Lots $0
Down! Starting $99/mo! Guaran-
teed Financing! Near Tucson's
Intl Airport www.sunsiteslan-
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FIVE ACRES DOWLING PARK,
Well, Septic, Power, Paved Rd
frontage. Owner Financing. NO
DOWN $59,900 $526/mo.
352-215-1018 www.LandOwner-
Financing.com.

FOUR ACRES
O'BRIENIMcALPIN AREA
Beautiful Secluded Country Set-
ting. High & Dry. Owner Financ-
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352-215-1018 www.LandOwner-
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FOUR ACRES WELLBORN
Well already installed! Beautifully
wooded w/cleared home site.
Nice Neighborhood. OWNER Fl-
NANCED, NO DOWN. $39,900
$410/mo 352-215-1018
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to $2100/acre. Baynard Ward or
Chuck Davis (800) 805-7566
RnItel Crapps Agency, Inc.,
Relor
ACRES 20 To Live On ONLY
$99/mo. $0/Down. No Credit
Checks, Money Back Guaran-
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Growing El Paso Texas. Beautiful
Mountain Views! Free Color Bro-
chure. 1-800-843-7537
www.sunsetranches.com


Autos for Sale
Ford Focus CX3 Hatchback,
2002, 5-speed, silver in color.
Exc. Cond. 74K miles. Asking
$3,000 firm. Call 386-935-0909.


Trucks for Sale


FOR SALE: 1999 GMC SIERRA
PICK UP. RUNS GREAT, NEW
TIRES. $4000. CALL
386-688-2680


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LAKE WOOD
APARTMENTS IN
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Quiet country living
2 bedroom duplex.
Call 362-3110.


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Each year during the week before
Thanksgiving agricultural producers join
with urban residents to celebrate their
mutual relationships. Farm-City Week, a
national observance, also emphasizes
the importance of domestic agricultural
production for our quality of life as well
as the availability of a safe, abundant do-
mestic food supply.
Farmers and ranchers rely on essential
partnerships with urban communities to
supply, sell and deliver finished products
across the country and around the world.
Above all, consumer purchases sustain
farm enterprise.
This year Farm-City Week is sched-
uled to extend from Nov. 18 through


Nov. 24. Members of County Farm Bu-
reaus and other volunteers throughout
Florida will mark the occasion by hold-
ing public meal functions, sponsoring
farm tours and conducting other activi-
ties that help educate non-farmers about
contemporary agriculture.
Agricultural producers contribute
more than food, fiber and renewable fu-
els. Good management of farm proper-
ties provides greenspace, maintains
wildlife habitat, preserves freshwater
rechargre areas and controls invasive
species. According to virtually all stud-
ies of property tax revenues and public
services, rural dwellers help subsidize
police and fire protection for urban resi-


dents. City residents receive far more
than a dollar's worth of public services
for every dollar they pay in property tax;
rural residents received far less than a
dollar's worth of services for every dol-
lar they pay.
"Florida farmers and ranchers work
hard to produce more than 280 com-
modities," said John Hoblick, president
of Florida Farm Bureau Federation.
"They know that it takes many other
partnerships to bring food to the family
table. We celebrate the success of those
partnerships during Farm-City Week.
We also appreciate the efforts of so
many volunteers around the state in
planning and organizing Farm-City


Week events."
According to researchers at the Uni-
versity of Florida's Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences, agriculture and
related sectors generate an economic im-
pact of $133 billion annually. This sector
also employs more than 1.6 million
workers in our state. Without question
agriculture is a cornerstone of our mate-
rial security.
Farm-City Week offers a way of re-
minding both agricultural producers and
consumers that we depend upon each
other for the stability of our way of life.
It also gives all of us an opportunity to
thank someone who helps make the
bounty of our food supply possible.


By Pet Talk staff
CNHI News Service
The little puppy you
brought home is adorable.
She saves the best of her
sweet looks and affection-
ate gestures for you.
In tumn, you want her to
have the best of everything
you can give.
In this mutual exchange
of love, you also need to
ensure that the pet doesn't
give you something you
may not want to take a
zoonotic disease, which is a
disease that can spread
from animals to humans.
We usually do not think
that we get diseases from
animals, but these instances
happen more than we think.
In many cases, people do
not realize that they may
have got the infection from
their pets, says Dr. Stacy
Eckman, lecturer at Texas


A&M University's College
of Veterinary Medicine
(CVM).
In some cases, the ani-
mals themselves suffer
from the disease while in
other cases they are not af-
fected by it, she says.
Infestation with intesti-
nal parasites such as round-
worms and hookworms are
common zoonotic diseases
affecting household pets
like dogs and cats.
"A large percentage of
the new puppies I see have
hookworms and round-
worms," Eckman says.
So what are symptoms of
intestinal parasitic infee-
tion in pets that one should
watch out for?
"Poor skin and hair, and
a potbellied appearance,"
she states. These zoonotic
diseases are, however,
more common in Third
World countries because of
poor sanitary conditions.
Proper hygiene is essential
to help prevent the spread
of these diseases to hu-
mans, she says.
Cat owners need to be
aware of toxoplasmosis -
a disease transmitted
through the feces of cats
that can affect the unbom
child in pregnant women.


Eckman recommends
that households with preg-
nant women and cats con-
tact their veterinarian and
physician about precau-
tions. Cleaning the kitty's
litter box twice a day,
preferably by other mem-
bers of the household is a
good option, she says.
One could also get dis-
eases from larger animals
as well. Leptospirosis is a
bacterial infection that can
cause serious liver and kid-
ney problems. The infec-
tion can occur through skin
contact with infected water
contaminated with urine.
"Large animals like cat-
tle, goats, pigs, sheep and
horses are reservoirs for
this disease and may pass
this to our companion ani-
mals," Eckman says.
What can pet owners do
to prevent these infections?
"When you first get a
new pet, contact your vet-
erinarian and have an exam
performed. Most veterinar-
ians talk to you about these
things to protect yourself
and your pets," Eckman
says.
Zoonotic diseases need
not always be transmitted
by pets. Other animals
which we encounter can


also pass on diseases. For
example, bats are potential
carriers of rabies, a fatal
disease.
Eckman wamns that peo-
ple should never touch
bats.
The good news is that all
these zoonotic diseases can
be avoided with a little bit
of preparedness. Veterinari-
ans do routine exams for
dogs to check for different
diseases such as intestinal
parasites and external para-
sites that may transmit
blood bomne disorders.
Routine vaccinations for
both cats and dogs are
available with different
protocols in different
states. Monthly heartworm
preventative medications
also help prevent against
parasites like hookworms
and roundworms.
Many zoonotic diseases
depend on the local condi-
tions prevalent in the area.
Her take-home message:
To consult your veterinari-
an regarding your pet.
"Each patient is differ-
ent," she stresses. With
awareness and care,
zoonotic diseases can often
be prevented to ensure a
healthy pet and a healthy
owner.


~ Busch Gardens and Sea-
World serve as classrooms
for Florida 's teachers ~

TALLAHASSEE- Flori-
da Education Commission-
er Gerard Robinson and
Public Schools Chancellor
Pam Stewart shared their
appreciation to 200 of the
state's teachers alongside
numerous tigers, dolphins
and sharks at Busch Gar-
dens and SeaWorld during
special Teacher Talk shows
Nov. 5-6 and Nov. 12-13.
Educators from across the
state participated in unique
professional development
workshops on Science,
Technology, Engineering
and Math (STEM) and then
had the opportunity to
spend the night in Tiger
Lodge at Busch Gardens in
Tampa Bay and at Dolphin
Cove or the Coral Reef
Aquarium at SeaWorld.
The Florida Department of
Education (DOE), in part-
nership with Busch Gar-
dens, SeaWorld and nu-
merous education vendors,
turned its monthly Teacher
Talk show into teacher ap-
preciation sleepover ses-
sions for learning.
"I was honored to recog-
nize the dedicated work of
our teachers through these
events and appreciated the
opportunity to interact with
some of our state s excel-
lent educators," said Com-
missioner Robinson. "By


offering hands-on experi-
ences and showcasing the
latest in the STEM fields,
these educators were able
to gain valuable new re-
sources to help them fur-
ther enrich their student's
learning."
Last month, educators
were asked to submit an
online application on the
Just for Teachers website to
be considered for the spe-
cial events. Of the initial
1,000 applicants, 200
teachers were randomly se-
lected to attend. Various
companies donated their
educational products to the
Florida Education Founda-
tion, including Polyvision,
National Board of Profes-
sional Teaching Standards,
Middlebury Interactive,
Scholl Educational Ser-
vices and Annette Bus
Lines, as a way to extend
their appreciation to Flori-
da educators and to support
education in Florida.
"Teacher Talk" is a tele-
vision show produced by
the Florida Department of
Education that focuses on
Florida teachers and their
innovations both in and out
of the classroom. Each
show is available to school
districts across the state
and will air on the Depart-
ment's YouTube channel.
For more information
about "Teacher Talk," visit
http://www.fldoe.org/just-
forteachers.


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You are cordially invit-
ed to the Annual Dowling
Park Community Wide
Thanksgiving Nov. 20 at
6:00 PM. The service is
sponsored by the Advent
Christian Church, Dowl-
ing Park Church of God,
Bethel Creek Baptist
church, And the First
Baptist Church of Dowl-
ing Park. The host church


this year is the Dowling
Park Church of God with
a Thanksgiving message
by their Pastor Kevin
Swiney. There will be a
time of fellowship and re-
freshments following the
service. Location of the
church is 23500 County
Road 250 near the inter-
section of County Road
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discussion on the events in
the community. Immedi-
ately following dinner we
have an invited speaker to
broaden our knowledge of
what is happening in our
county. Each month we
have a speaker that will be
interesting and informa-
tive. Call Ruth Ford @
386-963-5334 if you have
any questions.
Are you a time traveler?
Wish you could travel
back in time? Explore
Suwannee County's past
with historian Eric Mus-
grove as he tells of the
area's unique history and
legends featuring photos,
maps and memorabilia.
The free presentations are
held on the first Tuesday of
each month at 6:30 pm at
the Suwannee County His-
torical Museum located
just north of the railroad
tracks in Live Oak in the
old train depot. For more
information call Randy
Torrence (362-1776) or
Eric Musgrove (842-2174).
The Suwannee
Coalition
Has changed our annual
meeting schedule. We will
no longer be meeting
monthly. We will meet
quarterly four times per
year. Here are the remain-
ing dates we will meet in
the upcoming fiscal year:
February 2, 2012, April 5,
2012
The Lake DeSoto
farmers market
LAKE CITY, FL, The
Lake DeSoto Farmers Mar-
ket is open every Saturday
from 8am to 1 p.m. in Wil-
son Park, located along
Lake DeSoto between the
Columbia County Court-
house and Shands
Lakeshore Hospital. For
more information about the
Lake DeSoto Farmer Mar-
ket call 386-697-2176 or
386-719-5766.
Alcohol Anonymous
Live Oak Group
Voting precinct building,
Nobles Ferry Road, Live
Oak, Fl. Tuesday, Thursday
(BBS) and Friday 8 p.m.
Contact Rosemary 386-
362-6338 or Carl at 386-
362-4221.
Bingo, Bingo, Bingo!
Hosted by American Le-
gion Post 107
Every Tuesday, 3 p.m.
early games, 7 p.m.
evening games. Take Hwy
129, 6 miles south of Live
Oak, tumn left at the BIN-
GO sign, then 1 mile.
Grief support group
Meeting weekly at First
Baptist Church in Live Oak
at 6 pm on Wednesdays.
Call 362-1583 for more in-
formation. Non-denomina-
tional everyone welcome.
This is an on-going support
group and I would appreci-
ate you placing it in your
publication through the
fall.
Baptist Men's Meeting
At Wellborn Baptist
Church
The 2nd Thursday night
of every month beginning
at 6:30 pm the men of
Wellborn Baptist Church
and their friends join to-
gether to eat and
worship together with a
special speaker and music.
You are invited to
come and bring a dessert.
The church is located on
Highway 90 West
between Live Oak and
Lake City at the intersec-
tion with Lowe Lake Road
in Wellborn, Fl. Call
386-963-2231 with any
questions or visit our


website at www.well-
bomnbaptistccom.
Love Forever
Live Oak Church of
Christ, 1497 SR 51 (Irvin
Ave) will be open every
third Saturday morning of
each month for a clothes
closet and food pantry,
10:30 12 noon.


The Lafayette
Republican Executive
Committee
Meets the second Mon-
day of each month at the
Lafayette Public Library,
120 NE Crawford Street,
Mayo, at 7:00 pm. Every-
one interested in promoting
conservative principles are
invited to attend. For more
information, please call
Carolyn Land at 935-0174.
The Columbia
Federated Republican
Women
Meet the 2nd Monday of
each month, 7p.m., brown
bag dinner & social time at
6:30 p.m. Currently we
meet in Lake City at the old
Guardian ad Litem yellow
house on Duval Street just
east of the First Baptist
Church and across from
Advanced Auto. We are
committed to advancing
the participation of women
in all areas of the political
system and are dedicated to
encouraging and empower-
ing women of all ages and
backgrounds. Visit the
Florida Association's web
page at
htp/www.ffrw.net/home.
html. Covering North Cen-
tral Florida all women
are encouraged to attend
and be involved in the po-
litical process! For more
info contact President
Gayle Cannon: 386-303-
2 6 1 6
gcannon@atlantic.net
First Baptist Church
Of Dowling Park Free
Meals for Seniors
We are a meal site for the
Suwannee River Economic
Council. Free meals are
served for seniors over the
age of 60 in the church fel-
lowship hall Monday
through Friday from 12
noon to 1 p.m. For more in-
formation or to sign up,
please contact us at 386-
658-2360.
Volunteer Opportunity
& Meeting Notice
Florida's Long-Term
Care Ombudsman Program
needs volunteers to join its
corps of dedicated advo-
cates who protect the rights
of elders residing in nurs-
ing homes, assisted living
facilities and adult family
care homes. The program's
local councils are seeking
additional volunteers to
identify, investigate and re-
solve residents' concerns.
Special training and certifi-
cation is provided.
All interested
individuals
Who care about protect-
ing the health, safety, wel-
fare and rights of long-term
care facility residents --
who often have no one else
to advocate for them -- are
encouraged to call toll-free
(888) 831-0404 or visit the
program's Web site at HY-
PERLINK "http://ombuds-
man .my florida .com / "
http://ombudsman .myflori-
da.com.
Christian Mission In
Action Ministry
Will serve dinners from
11 a.m. until 1 p.m. second
Saturday of every month at
Hale Park Recreation Cen-
ter at 105 East Duval St.,
Live Oak, FL. For informa-
tion call Audrey Howell @
386-364-4560.
Boy Scout Troop 693
Meets at the Live Oak
Shrine Club, 11595 100th
Street, Mondays, 6:30 -
8:00 p. m. This building is
just east of US 129 south,
on the same road as the
Suwannee Valley Elec. Co-
op. Membership is open to
all boys 11-17 years old.
Come join us for having


fun with monthly iconsplilly.
as well as week-long win-
ter and summer camps!
Parents are encouraged to
participate as adult leaders,
committee members and
merit badge counselors.
Wellborn Community
Association (WCA)


Meets second Thursday
of each month at 7 p.m., at
the Wellbomn Community
Center, 1340 8th Avenue,
Wellborn. For info contact
Wendell Snowden, 386-
963-1157, follow us on
Facebook, or see
www.wellborncommu-
nityassociation.com. A
Blueberry Pancake Break-
fast is held the first Satur-
day of each month serving
blueberry pancakes,
sausage, orange juice and
coffee. The Annual Blue-
berry Festival is held on the
first Friday & Saturday of
June.
Auxiliary of the
American Legion Post
107 hosting
Wall of Honor
The Auxiliary of the
American Legion Post 107
is hosting a Wall of Honor.
If you have a friend or rel-
ative that is currently in ac-
tive duty of any of the mil-
itary branches, we would
like to honor him/her by
posting a picture and name
on our Wall of Honor. It
will be located in the
American Legion main hall
on post 107, the same
buildings bingo is currently
held. Please send name,
rank and branch of service,
along with current photo-
graph, to Teri Hamilton,
Americanism Committee
Chairman, Legion Auxil-
iary, 12364 146th Terrace,
Live Oak, Florida 32060.
386-362-7978.
Addiction Support
Group
Greater Visions faith-
based addictions support
group meets weekly in two
locations. Meetings are
held on Tuesday nights at 7
p.m. in Lake City at the
Christ Central Church
building on Sister's Wel-
come Road. The group also
meets Thursday mornings
at 9:30 a.m. in Live Oak at
the Suwannee Coalition of-
fice located at 208 North
Ohio Ave. This group pro-
vides spiritual and emo-
tional support in a non-
judgmental setting. Come
experience the freedom
from addictions that is
found in Christ. Greater Vi-
sions is an outreach of
Christ Central but open to
anyone. For more informa-
tion contact 386-208-1345.
Senior Luncheon
At Wellborn Baptist
Church
The 2nd Tuesday of
every month beginning at
11, there is a senior lun-
cheon with a special speak-
er and music. Everyone is
invited to come and bring a
covered dish. The church is
located on Highway 90
West between Live Oak
and Lake City at the inter-
section with Lowe Lake
Road in Wellbomn, Fl. Call
386-963-2231 with any
questions or visit our web-
site at www.wellbomnbap-
tist.com.
Lake Park Line
Dancers
Offer beginner lessons
Tuesday 1:00 2:15 pm. at
Lake Park United
Methodist Church in the
Fellowship Hall on Hwy 41
S. at S. Essa Street. For
info call (229)455-2267.
Line Dance
Lessons at Uncle Fred-
dy's, Lake Park next to
KOA Office Across from
Outlet Mall I-75 at Twin
Lakes Blvd. (Hwy. 376)
5274 Jewell Futch Rd. 2nd
Friday/mo. 7 8 pm., 4th
Saturday/mo. 7 8 pm. For
more information contact:
talbot483@gmail.com or
call: 229/455-2267


Beginner line dance
lessons
Tuesday 1:00 2:15 pm.
Lake Park United
Methodist Church in the
Fellowship Hall, Hwy 41
S. at S. Essa Street. For
info call (229)455-2267.
Greater Visions


Support Group
Addiction Support
Group: Greater Visions
faith-based addictions sup-
port group meets weekly in
two locations. Meetings are
held on Tuesday nights at
7:00 PM in Lake City at the
Christ Central Church
building on Sister's Wel-
come Road. The group also
meets Thursday mornings
at 9:30 AM in Live Oak at
the Suwannee Coalition of-
fice located at 208 North
Ohio Avenue. This group
provides spiritual and emo-
tional support in a non-
judgmental setting. Come
experience the freedom
from addictions that is
found in Christ. Greater Vi-
sions is an outreach of
Christ Central but open to
anyone. For more informa-
tion contact 208-1345.
Pickin' & Grinnin'
Every Saturday 6 p.m.
Spirit of the Suwannee Mu-
sic Park
If you play an ocoustic
instrument or just like to sit
and listen to good Country,
Gospel or Blue Grass mu-
sic, come on out to the
Pickin' shed in the loop
camping area. Pot luck din-
ners the third Saturday of
each month. Join us --- its
fun ---- its free! Sponsored
by Suwannee River Blue-
grass Association.
GFWC Woman's Club
Of Live Oak is available
for rentals until 11 p.m. Is
there a baby shower, wed-
ding reception, holiday
party or other event coming
up? Please call Julie at 362-
7303 to reserve your date
and time. Make a wonder-
ful memory.
Narcotics Anonymous
The "Trip to Recovery
Group" Tuesday 7 p.m.,
Friday, 7 p.m. First United
Methodist Church, 311
South Ohio Ave. Live Oak,
Fl, Help Line 352-376-
8008 or 866-352-5323,
HTTP://uncoastna.org
Road to Recovery Group is
not affiliated with First
United Methodist Church.
Weatherization
funding available
Funding is available for
Home Repairs in Suwan-
nee County. Families must
meet income eligibility re-
quirements for services.
Examples of weatherizing
repairs that could be avail-
able are installation of
doors, windows, insulation,
hot water heaters and win-
dow air conditioners. For
more information, please
call the local Suwannee
River Economic, Inc. at
(386) 362-6079.
Free English Classes
Clases de Ingles -
Gratis, aprenden, Pronun-
ciacion, Conversacion -
Clases empiesan el 8 de
Agosto, 2011, cada lunes y
jueves, 7 -9 p.m. Maestra
Felicia Doty y el equipo,
386-249-0096. Las classes
van estar en la Iglesia Epis-
copal, San Lukas, 1391 SW
11th St., (Se encuenntra la
Iglesia en frente del hospi-
tal en Live Oak).
Senior Citizens
Meet the first Monday of
each month in the west an-
nex of the Suwannee Co.
Coliseum. If you are fifty
years old or older or dis-
abled. The dues are $5 per
year. Each member is to
bring a covered dish to
each meeting. We will be
having drawings for gifts
which include complimen-
tary visits for two a differ-
ent restaurants. Door prizes
will be given. There will be
bingo after the meal. Also,
there are trips planned for


this group. Please call 330-
6319 if you have any ques-
tions. Please put Senior
Citizens meetings on the
first Monday of each
month on your calendar.
Come join us and enjoy
great friends and wonderful
fellowship.


Cub Scout Pack
No. 408
Tiger, Wolf, Bears and
Webelos dens (grades one -
five) every Thursday,
Aug.-May only; 6:30-7:30
p.m. at Live Oak Church of
the Nazarene.
Suwannee County
Open Market
Tuesday 8 a.m. 2 p.m.
and Thursdays 3 p.m. 6
p.m. at Suwannee County
Historical Museum, North
Highway 129. Live Oak.
Shop fresh, shop local for
farm fresh produce, flow-
ers, plants, herbs, baked
goods, coffee, locally pro-
duced honey, jellies, jams,
soaps, arts and crafts and
more. We accept State of
Florida WIC/FMNP
coupons. All vendors wel-
come. Call 386-362-1776
or 386-364-4560 for more
information.
Mothers of
Preschoolers (MOPS)
Meeting Meets second
and fourth Tuesday of
every month (August-May)
at First Baptist Church of
Live Oak @ 9:30 am.
MOPS Intemnational exists
to encourage, equip and de-
velop every mother of
preschoolers to realize her
potential as a woman,
mother and leader. Break-
fast and childcare are pro-
vided. www.mops.org.
I am putting together a
family history book
On the descendants of
Stephen, William & Sarah
Ann Grant. Surnames in-
clude Grant, Hewitt,
Adams, Land, McCray,
McClamma & any other re-
lated. If you would like to
submit information or pho-
tos or are interested, please
contact Cher Newell at
386-209-1559 or 386-364-
1608.
Stop, drop and Recycle
for Adults with
Disabilities.
Comprehensive Commu-
nity Services Inc. Invites
you to participate in our re-
cycling project campaign.
CCS Clients are recycling -
Printer Ink Cartridges,
Laser Cartridges, Cell
Phones -Any Kind, MP3
Players
Drop off at Lafayette Ex-
tension Office, Wes Haney
Chevrolet, Suwannee Tax
Collectors, Live Oak City
Hall, or the CCS Office,
larger quantities can be
picked up. For more infor-
mation on how your busi-
ness can join the CCS re-
cycling team call Janet
Sampson, 386-362-7143
ext 5
Free Sunday lunch
Live Oak
For the past several
months a group headed up
by Pat and JoAnn Lynch
have been serving a free
lunch at the community
center in Live Oak the last
Sunday of the month. We
need volunteers to help set
up and serve the meals. If
you are interested in volun-
teering you may contact
Pat and Jo Ann Lynch at
(386) 935-1076 or Roger
Burnside at (386) 935-
3343.
Free Sunday lunch
Hamilton County
A group headed up by
Pat and JoAnn Lynch will
be serving a free lunch at
the Civic Center in Jasper,
on the 2nd Sunday of the
month. We need volun-
teers to help set up and
serve the meals. If you are
interested in volunteering
you may contact Pat and Jo
Ann Lynch at (386) 935-
1076 or Roger Bumnside at
(386) 935-3343.


Did you earn your pin?
Reconnect with your
shipmates and help pre-
serve the memories
With more than 13,000
members and over 150
chapters throughout the
United States, your rank or
rate and status are active,


retired or honorably dis-
charged are secondary to
the purposes of the organi-
zation. We are all brothers
of "The Pin." We band to-
grether to honor the memo-
ries of the over 4,000 men
who EARNED THE
RIGHT to wear" Dolphins"
to maintain the bonds of
friendship and cama-
raderie.You are invited to
contact us through the ad-
dress below for more infor-
mation: National Contact:
United States Submarine
Veterans, PO Box 3870 Sil-
verdale, WA 98383 or 1-
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www.ussvi.org. Local con-
tact:W. Ray Rausch, 386-
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stream.net, 10035 105th
Drive, Live Oak, FI 32060.
First Baptist Church
Of Live Oak, FL will be-
gin holding a weekly grief
recovery support group.
GriefShare is a non-de-
nominational Biblically
based 13 week program for
people who are struggling
with losing a loved one in
death. People can enter at
any point in the 13 weeks.
It will be held at 6 pm on
Wednesday. First Baptist
Church is located at 401 W.
Howard in Live Oak. For
more information, people
may call 386-362-1583 or
find us on the web at
www.fbcliveoak.org.
Haven Hospice
Hosts Helping Hands
Volunteer Orientation
When: Every Tuesday
morning at 10 a.m.
Where: Haven Hospice
Suwannee Valley Care
Center, 6037 W. U.S. Hwy
90, Lake City, Fl. Call Car-
olyn Long at 386-752-9191
for more information.
New Commander
Post #107
New Commander Post
#107 American Legion is
Randall E. White, 386-984-
6245 or email at shoredu-
ty@windstream.net
Donate your old cars
People may be thinking
of donating their old cars as
part of a clean up. The
Boys and Girls Clubs
would be happy to take
their old cars. People do-
nating to the Clubs will not
only get rid of the unwant-
ed car but will be contribut-
ing to the clubs. Boys and
Girls Clubs really work
with kids in most commu-
nities and offer a safe place
for them. If you wish to do-
nate a car, call 800-246-
0493. Not only will dona-
tors be helping the kids,
they will be able to take
sale price as a contribution
for income tax purposes.
Talent Search
Do you sing or play and
instrument?, Do you act or
dance?, Do you like to read
or spend time with a friend
in wonderful conversation?,
WE WANT YOU! Su wan-
nee Health Care & Rehab
Center is looking for your
talent for our residents.
Dinner for two $45; One
night at the Beach $125;
One hour volunteering to
make memories that last
forever PRICELESS!
Call: Lynn Brannon, Activ-
ities Director 386-362-
7860 or 386-590-2961.
Donations needed!
Suwannee County Envi-
ronmental Watchdogs, a
non-profit organization,
seeks donations for yard
sale merchandise. Info:
Sandy, 386-364-8020.
CJBAT tests
Monday Thursday
Monday Thursday at 5
p.m. (by appointment): CJ-
BAT (Criminal Justice Ba-


sic Abilities Test) at NFCC
Testing Center (Bldg. #16),
Madison. CJBAT is re-
quired for acceptance into
Corrections & Law En-
forcement programs. Photo
ID required. Pre-registra-

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21, 2011, at the Farm Bu-
reau Buildin 407 South
Dowling St., 5 p.m. until 8
p.m. Just bring all of your
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have everyone to
bring his/hers old or bro-
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nodlonger wanted, seol t,
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You sell your old jewel-
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Boosters make money for
the students, no one loses,
so mark this on your calen-
dar, Monday, Nov. 21,
2011, Farm Bureau Insur-
ance's meeting room in the


back, 5 8 and bring your
old and broken gold and
silver.
The SHS Band Boosters
is the supporting organiza-
tion which helps to fund
the marching band's ex-
penses for things like band
uniforms and to attend
state- wide
competitions. Everyone is
invited to become a part of
this. It meets at the SHS
band room, 6:30 p.m., on
the first Tuesday of each
month.
Let's make some
money.
If you have any ques-
tions, contact Wanda
O'Neal at
wandaoneal @hotmail.com
, 386-209-4024.
See you there.

Thanksgiving

dinner
Christian Mission In Ac-
tion will serve their annual
Thanksgiving dinner on
November 12, 2011. at Hale
Perk Recreation Center,
105 E Duval St., Live Oak,
FL., from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Everyone welcome, espe-
cially Veterans. For more
information contact Audrey
Howell at 386-364-4560.


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Of lighted Christmas displays, hot chocolate, cookies, Santa, Arts and Crafts Village
tours, entertainment and shopping!

Bring your entire family and make this a tradition starting this year! More than 5 million
lights have been lovingly shaped into a wonderland of colorful lights and 3-D displays to
spread the magic of Christmas to all ages. Staff and volunteers have worked long and
hard to make this a wonderful gift to the community again this year.

When you've completed the ride through Suwannee Lights, you'll be at the SOSMP Arts
and Crafts Vil age and Country Store. You'll find lots to see and do and perhaps you will
find the perfect Christmas gift in one of these shops. Children and adults alike may shop
for Christmas gifts that range from banjos, guitars, benches, quilts, beeswax candles,
fudge, honey, handmade signs for your yard, long-
lasting handmade wooden chairs for your porch or
yard, jackets and sweat shirts with SOSMP logos and
many more items in the shops or the Country Store.
Have your photo made with Santa, enjoy hot chocolate
and cookies and entertainment while you're here
building those memories your children wi I carry with
them forever.

Admission is only $6 per adult Sunday Wednesday;
$8 Thursday Saturday and $2 for children any day of
the week! Gather your family and friends together and
make this an annual event that's just pure fun! There's
hr also music going on in the Music Hall almost every
night and dinner and beverages are available at
regular prices.

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12270 County Road 137
When: Every Thursday,
5:30 p.m.-8 p.m. Activities
for children will be provid-
ed. Please contact 386-
755-8190 for additional in-
formation.
Suwannee County
Republican Executive
Committee Meeting.
First Thursday, 7 p.m.
The meeting will be held in
the council chambers of
Live Oak City Hall at 7
p.m. City Hall is located on
the corner of White St. and
US 90 in Live Oak. For
more information please
visit our website:
www.suwanneegop.com
or call Mary Lou Sharp at
386-963-5213
Suwannee County
Republican Executive
Committee Meeting
Thursday, November
3rd. 7:00 P.M.
The Suwannee County
Republican Executive
Committee would like to
invite all county residents
to our November 3rd meet-
ing. Our guest speaker will
be Dennis Cason, President
of the Suwannee Co. Eco-
nomic Alliance. Mr. Cason
will discuss the catalyst
site and other projects
within
the County and State.
The meeting will be held in
the council chambers of
Live Oak City Hall at 7:00
p.m. City Hall is located on
the corner of White St. and
US 90 in Live Oak. For
more information please
visit our website:
www.suwanneegop.com
Church yard sale
Nov. 19 starting at 8 a.m.
Beth Haven Baptist
Church 5187 216th St.
Lake City. Phone 386-935-
3452
Springfield Baptist
Church
610 W. Ave. N.E., Live
Oak, FI
Will sponsor a commu-
nity yard sale, Sat., Nov. 26
from 7:30 a.m. until 2:30
p.m. Anyone may set up
their table for a fee of
$5.00. Free hot dogs will
be given away. We wel-
come everyone. For further
information, contact John
W. Yulee 209-3047.


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tion & scheduling time and
date are required. To regis-
ter please call 850-973-
9451.
College Placement
Tests
Monday Thursday
Monday Thursday at 5
p.m. (by appointment):
College Placement Test
(CPT), NFCC Testing Cen-
ter (Bldg. #16), 5 p.m.,
Madison. Register in
NFCC Student Services 24
hours before test. For in-
formation please call 850-
973-9451.
TABE tests
Monday Thursday
Monday Thursday at 5
p.m. (by appointment):
TABE (Test of Adult Basic
Education) at NFCC Test-
ing Center (Bldg. #16),
Madison. TABE is required
for acceptance into voca-
tional/technical programs.
Photo ID required. Pre-reg-
istration & scheduling time
& date are required. To
register please call 850-
973-9451.
Love a mystery?
Try locating your ances-
tors by working on your
family tree. The Suwannee
Valley Gcene-sh9:,~ Society
invites you to join and
leamn how to find your an-
cestors. Membership is
$30 for a single member or
$35 for a family. Corpo-
rate membership is also
available for donations of
$100 or more (tax de-
ductible). Meetings are
held on the first Thursday
of each month at 7 PM at
the Genealogy Center at
215 Wilbur Street SW in
Live Oak. The library is
open on Tuesday and
Thursday from 9 a.m. until
5 p.m. and the talented
folks there will be glad to
help. For more informa-
tion call Jinnie or Alice at
386-330-0110.
Free English
Speaking and literacy
classes
Provided by Columbia
County School District's
Career and Adult Educa-
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The Sunshine State One
Call, 811, is there for any-
one in Suwannee County,
and the state of Florida to
call before digging.
According to Florida
law, "anyone planning ex-
cavation on public right-of-
way, gas easement or pri-
vate property to notify the
owner/operator of the nat-


ural gas system a least two
full business days before
excavation."
By calling 811 first, util-
ity companies will come
out and mark the property
to make sure there are no
utility lines within the ex-
cavation area.
According to Todd Hunt
of OMI/CH2MHill, "This
is to help insure that dam-
age does not incur. ... It is a
free service to the citizens,


and in an emergency we
can respond somebody out
there pretty quickly to
make sure that utilities,
along with power and tele-
phone and cable don't get
damaged."
There is no recommend-
ed depth Hunt said, "if you
stick a shovel in your
ground in your property,
the best result is for you to
ask for us to locate the util-
ities."


The New Bethlehem A.M.E. Church
11193 150th St., McAlpin, Fla.
Will be celebrating our
124th Church Anniversary
"We Are Laborers Together With God"
Sunday, Nov. 20 at 3 p.m.
Speaker ~ The Reverend Barbara J. Lin-
ton
Mt. Moriah I.A.M.E.C, Live Oak, Fla.


Come one! Come all!
Everyone is invited to share in this
praise and worship fellowship
A delicious dinner will be served fol-
lowing worship service
Chairpersons: Sis. Valua H. Linton and
Sis. Bernice Sneed
Bro. Clyde L. Fields, Steward Pro tem
The Reverend Alton J. Center, Pastor


students
ferent flags are applied during a stock
car race and what each flag indicates.
During his demonstration, Nixon artic-
ulated how we have similar warnings
and instructions in everyday life.


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It Suwannee Primary touching some of the race cars that are students.
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men, start your engines, the children yelled.


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is both elegant and effortless. Keeping a few key ingredients on-hand, like Swanson chicken stock and
broth, helps make preparing for the main meal a little less stressful and also allows for more options
when it comes to dressing up leftovers. Here are some recipes that are sure to please.
For more holiday tips and recipes, visit www.CampbellsKitchen. com.


Herb Roasted Turkey
with Pan Gravy
Prep: 15 minutes
Roast: 3 hours
Cook: 10 minutes
Makes: 12 servings
1 turkey (12 to 14 pounds)
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 carton (26 ounces) Swanson
Chicken Stock (Regular or
Unsalted) (about 3 1/4 cups)
3 tablespoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon dried basil leaves, crushed
1 teaspoon dried thyme leaves,
crushed
1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
1. Remove giblets and neck from turkey
cavity. Rinse turkey with cold water and
pat dry with paper towel. Tie ends of
drumsticks together.
2. Place turkey, breast-side up, on rack in
roasting pan. Brush turkey with oil. Insert
meat thermometer into thickest part of
meat, not touching bone.
3. Stir stock, lemon juice, basil, thyme and
black pepper in large bowl. Reserve 1 3/4
cups stock mixture for the gravy. Pour
remaining stock mixture over turkey.
4. Roast at 3250F for 3 hours, or until
thermometer reads 1650F, basting
occasionally with pan drippings. Begin
checking for doneness after 2 1/2 hours
roasting time.
5. Remove turkey from pan, cover and keep
warm. Spoon off any fat and pour off all
but I 1/2 cups pan drippings.
6. Stir reserved stock mixture and flour in
medium bowl until the mixture is smooth.
Add flour mixture to the pan. Cook and stir
over medium heat until mixture boils and
thickens, scraping up browned bits from
bottom of pan. Serve gravy with turkey.


Don't fret about what's left!
Want to make leftovers seem a little less left
over? Plan ahead by stocking your kitchen with
the basics eggs, milk, cheese, bread, canned
soup and broth. This French Onion Turkey
Casserole, made with Campbell's Condensed
French Onion Soup, is a welcome departure
from the standard hot turkey sandwich, and
uses ingredients many people already have
on-hand.
French Onion Turkey Casserole
Prep: 20 minutes
Bake: 45 minutes
Makes: 8 servings
Vegetable cooking spray
6 eggs
1 can(10 1/2 ounces) Campbell's
Condensed French Onion Soup
2 cups milk
1 cup shredded Swiss cheese
(about 4 ounces)
2 tablespoons chopped fresh
thyme leaves or 2 teaspoons
dried thyme leaves, crushed
9 slices Pepperidge Farm
Farmhouse Hearty White
Bread, cut into cubes
2 cups shredded or cubed cooked
turkey
1. Heat oven to 3500F. Spray 2-quart shallow
baking dish with cooking spray.
2. Beat eggs, soup, milk, 1/2 cup cheese and 1
tablespoon thyme in large bowl with fork or
whisk. Add bread cubes and turkey. Stir and
press bread cubes into milk mixture to coat.
3. Pour bread mixture into baking dish.
Sprinkle with remaining cheese and thyme.
Let stand for 15 minutes.
4. Bake for 45 minutes or until a knife inserted
in center comes out clean.


Green Bean Casserole


Green Bean Casserole Ultra Creamy Mlashed Potatoes


Moist and Savory Stuffing
Prep: 10 minutes
Cook: 10 minutes
Bake: 30 minutes
Makes: 10 servings
2 1/2 cups Swanson Chicken
Broth (Regular, Natural
Goodness or Certified Organic)
Generous dash ground black
pepper
2 stalks celery, coarsely chopped
(about 1cup)
1 large onion, coarsely chopped
(about 1cup)
1 package (14 ounces) Pepperidge
Farm Herb Seasoned Stumfng
1. Heat broth, black pepper, celery and
onion in 3-quart saucepan over medium-
high heat to a boil. Reduce heat to low.
Cover and cook for 5 minutes or until
vegetables are tender, stirring often.
Remove saucepan from heat. Add
stuffing and mix lightly.
2. Spoon stuffing mixture into a greased
3-quart shallow baking dish. Cover
baking dish.
3. Bake at 3500F for 30 minutes or until
stuffing mixture is hot. For crunchier
stuffing, bake uncovered.


Prep: 10 minutes
Bake: 30 minutes
Makes: 12 servings
2 cans (10 3/4 ounces each)
Campbell's Condensed
Cream of Mushroom
Soup (Regular,
98% Fat Free or
Healthy Request)
1 cup milk
2 teaspoons soy sauce
1/4 teaspoon ground black
pepper
8 cups cooked cut green
beans
2 2/3 cups French's French
Fried Onions
1. Stir soup, milk, soy sauce, black
pepper, beans and 1 1/3 cups
onions in 3-quart casserole.
2. Bake at 3500F for 25 minutes
or until bean mixture is hot and
bubbling. Stir bean mixture.
Sprinkle with remaining onions.
3. Bake for 5 minutes or until
onions are golden brown.


Prep: 15 minutes
Cook: 20 minutes
Makes: 6 servings
3 1/2 cups Swanson Chicken Broth
(Regular, Natural Goodness
or Certified Organic)
5 large potatoes (about 2 1/2
pounds), peeled and cut
into 1-inch pieces (about
7 1/2 cups)
1/2 cup light cream
2 tablespoons butter
Generous dash ground black
pepper
1 can (14.5 ounces) Campbell's
Turkey Gravy, heated
according to package
directions
1. Heat broth and potatoes in a 3-quart
saucepan over medium-high heat to
a boil.
2. Reduce heat to medium. Cover and
cook for 10 minutes or until potatoes
are tender. Drain potatoes well in
colander, reserving broth,
3. Mash potatoes with 1/4 cup reserved
broth, cream, butter and black pepper,
Add additional reserved broth, if
needed, until desired consistency.
Serve with gravy.


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